Supporting vulnerable young adults in Ireland with mental health difficulties.

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Please call our support line at
01 249 3333

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Our support line is open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm 01 249 3333

Where does the money go?

Funds raised are directed to our one-of-a-kind national support and information line. It’s available to the public and manned by mental health professionals who can listen, support and offer professional advice to anyone, anywhere in Ireland.

The charity provides mental health services to vulnerable young adults who otherwise could not afford them.

It also enhances existing Young Adult Services at St. Patrick’s University Hospital.

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The Commitments cast supports ‘Walk in my shoes’

“The Commitments, London’s five-star smash-hit musical who are now in their second ‘sublime’ (Daily Telegraph) year” have stepped out and supported ‘Walk in My Shoes’. The multi-award winning musical and million pound production has asked young adults with mental health difficulties to seek help and talk to someone about your problems. The encouragement from ‘The Commitments’ for young adults to seek help and speak out about their problems to Walk in My Shoes is a great honour for us to share.  See their … read more

‘Walk in My Shoes’ Charity Calendar Launch 2015

Michelin Star Chefs step up for mental health Twelve of Ireland’s top Michelin-starred chefs have stepped out of their comfort zone and into our charity calendar to raise vital funds to support young adults in Ireland with mental health difficulties. Some top chefs involved include Masterchef Oliver Dunne, L’Ecrivain’s Derry Clarke, Kevin Thornton, Chapter’s One’s Ross Lewis, Gary O’ Hanlon, Residence’s talented Graham Neville, Raymond Mc Ardle, RTE’s Kevin Dundon and many more. The ‘Walk in My Shoes’ 2015 calendar has … read more

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