Support and Information
St. Patrick’s Mental Health Services offer support and information to anyone, anywhere in Ireland.
Download our Free Mental Health Information packs
Our 2014 Mental Health information packs for teenagers, young adults, employees and Teachers can be download for FREE by clicking on the links below and sharing with family, friends and colleagues.
WORKPLACE MENTAL HEALTH ARTICLE (Published in IBEC’s HRLink)
Contact our Support and Information Line
The St. Patrick’s University Hospital Support & Information Service is a telephone and email service staffed by experienced mental health nurses 9-5 Monday to Friday with an answering, email and call-back facility outside hours. Anyone, anywhere in Ireland can contact the Support & Information service by calling 01 249 3333, or if you can email your query to email@example.com
The purpose of this unique service is to act:
- As an information service for the general public regarding their own mental health or that of a relative / friend.
- As a support for current service users who may need low level support, early intervention or general queries.
- As an information point on access to mental health services in your local area or St Patricks.
- As a resource for healthcare professionals requiring information regarding services available in St Patrick’s or their local areas.
Drop into our Information Centre
St. Patrick’s University has a free drop-in mental health information centre which is open to everybody and provides free guidance and help in accessing the most relevant mental health information and services including self-help groups and financial and social supports.
Open daily from 10am to 4pm (7pm on Wednesdays).
Download our online information factsheets
If you cannot make it to St. Patrick’s University Hospital, You can find a number of online information factsheets here: http://www.stpatrickshosp.ie/information-leaflets-factsheets
Attend a support group in our Hospital
A number of support groups meet in St. Patrick’s University Hospital. You will find their contact details and the time of meetings here should you wish to attend: http://www.stpatrickshosp.ie/support-groups-meetings
Read our latest Article regarding young adult mental health issues.
August 2013 – Paul Gilligan, CEO of St. Patrick’s Mental Health services addresses the issue of Cyberbullying
“Young people have a right to be safe while using the internet”