Samaritans provides 24-hour emotional support to anyone experiencing distress, despair or suicidal thought. Established in Ireland in 1962, there are now twenty Samaritans branches across Ireland.
Console is a Registered Charity supporting and helping people bereaved through suicide. We respect each individual’s unique journey through the grieving process following their tragic loss.
The Irish Hospice Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation that promotes the hospice philosophy and supports the development of hospice/palliative care.
ISANDS is a voluntary organisation which was founded in 1983 by a group of parents whose babies had either been born dead (Stillbirth), or had died shortly after birth (Neonatal Death).
Winston’s Wish helps children rebuild their lives after the death of a parent or sibling, enabling them to face the future with hope.
The death of a child is a particularly difficult kind of grief. No one expects their child to die before them. It is out of the natural order of things.
RD4U is part of Cruse Bereavement Care’s Youth Involvement Project and is here to support people after the death of someone close.
We are Advocates who campaign for greater rights for Victimsof Homicide, their families and friends. We bring together families bereaved by homicide including those affected by Murder, Manslaughter and Fatal Assault.
Strangeboat.org is a website created as a dedication to the humanity and selflessness of all organ donors, and to achnowledge the great courage and determination shown by all involved in the movement in the face of great personal adversity and challenge.
The Citizens Information Board (formerly Comhairle) is responsible for supporting the provision of information, advice and advocacy on a wide range of social and civil services.