Are you worried about depression?
Support Group Meetings
Weekly on Wednesday nights from 7:30pm-9:00pm in the Villa Pacis.
We welcome people with experience of depression, stress and anxiety.
Free service. No referral needed.
Helpline: 1890 303 302
Volunteer recruitment is now open for our Dublin-based LoCall Helpline Listening Service
Mon-Sun 10:00am. – 10:00pm.
To read more about what’s involved and you wish to apply for this service view the website www.aware.ie
New courses available.
For further information and booking please contact
Tel: (01) 4958190
You will find details on the Orlagh website www.orlagh.org
Orlagh Retreat Centre Old Court Road, (at the junction with Ballycullen Road) Phone: 01 4958190
“Find out about the history of the house, enjoy the grounds and discover the retreat centre.”
Free of charge, refreshments provided.
All money raised by GORTA is used to support long-term sustainable development projects.
Click here for Trócaire Home Page www.trocaire.org
Click here for Concern Home Page www.concern.net
The Irish Aid Volunteering Centre
27-31 O’Connell Street
Tel: 01 8749346 / 8728027
Viatores Christi (Travellers for Christ) is a voluntary Catholic Lay Missionary Association, who recruit, prepare and place people wishing to work in areas of need in Africa, Asia, Central and Latin America as well as parts of the USA and Europe. The Association has been in operation for 45 years, and has sent 1,230 volunteers abroad on assignment during that time. They are seeking to recruit resiliant. dedicated, generous people who are interested in a challenge and offer a part-time preparation programme, prior to overseas assignment. Skills that are particularly needed include: doctors, nurses teachers, trades people of all kinds, agriculturalists, lab technicians, administration staff and pastoral, youth and community development workers.
THE ASSOCIATION’S PROGRAMME OF PREPARATION CONSISTS OF FIVE WEEK-END WORKSHOPS DELIVERED OVER FIVE MONTHS AT THEIR CENTRE.
The Hanly Centre
“Learn from the past
Look to the future
Live in the present.”
Break the Cycle (Level One) Adult Children from Dysfunctional Families
Would you like to break the cycle?
The Hanly Centre have a new programme beginning on Wednesday 22nd September 2010 at 7.30pm.
For further information please phone 01-2809795 or 01-2801605
The Centre is located in The Mews, Eblana Avenue, Dun Laoghaire, and can be contacted on: 280 9795 / 280 7269 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org for booking and further information.
The web address is: www.thehanlycentre.com