Partnership organisations

Over 80 voluntary organisations, state agencies, universities and youth groups make up the See Change partnership
    • 3Ts – Turn the Tide of Suicide

      3Ts is a registered charity working to help prevent deaths by suicide through research, intervention and support. To find out more log onto 3ts.ie

    • A&S Fitness

      A&S Fitness is Meath based organisation that provides training for people of all levels fitness. Members are welcome to join the club not only to focus on exercise but to also work on their mental health, to feel secure and to build positive mental wellbeing. Search A&S Fitness on Facebook

    • AHEAD

      The Association for Higher Education Access & Disability is the national centre of expertise in inclusive practices for education and employment. Established in 1988, by a group of UCD students, AHEAD has developed into a national membership organisation. AHEAD is funded by the Higher Education Authority and the Department of Social Protection. Visit www.ahead.ie

    • Alcohol Health & Wellbeing Alliance

      The campaign encourages people to think about their drinking, to reduce any excesses and to use the extra time, money and energy for activities that improve health, wellbeing and quality of life. www.ahacampaign.ie

    • Amen Support Services

      Amen Support Services Ltd is information and support service for male victims of domestic abuse. Services include, confidential helpline, counselling, support group meetings, court accompaniment and one to one information and support sessions. Visit www.amen.ie

    • Anam Cara

      Anam Cara Parent Bereavement understands we don’t live in an ideal world, we live in the real world and our precious children have died before their time. Bereaved parents have set up this organisation to help themselves and all bereaved parents cope with their grief and loss and journey on. Visit Visit www.anamcara.ie

    • Aware

      Aware’s mission is to create a society where people with depression and their families are understood and supported, are free from stigma and have access to a broad range of appropriate therapies to enable them to reach their full potential. Visit www.aware.ie

    • Ballymun Regional Youth Resource (BRYR)

      Ballymun Regional Youth Resource (BRYR) is a youth work organisation working for the welfare, well-being and development of 10-24 year-olds in Ballymun. BRYR's mission is to play a part in building a stronger Ballymun community. BRYR does so by putting in place a range of resources for young people to help them have a happy, healthy and successful transition to adulthood. As young people, and eventually as adults, our young people will create a more independent and vibrant Ballymun. Visit www.bryr.ie

    • Bloomfield Hospital

      Bloomfield Hospital was established in 1812 and is an independent not for profit Mental Health provider of services to older adults. It provides a range of specialist neuropsychiatric and general inpatient, day and outpatient programmes. It emphasises  a person centred approach in the delivery of all its services. Visit http://www.bloomfield.ie/BloomfieldHospital.aspx

    • Bodywhys – the Eating Disorders Association of Ireland

      Bodywhys – the Eating Disorders Association of Ireland is the national voluntary organisation supporting people affected by eating disorders. Bodywhys provide a range of support services including a LoCall Helpline (1890 200 444), support groups, an email support service, and online support groups based on our website. Visit www.bodywhys.ie

    • Business in the Community (BITC)

      Business in the Community are Ireland’s only dedicated network for responsible business. They are a national non-profit organisation whose vision is quite simple. It is to have all businesses in Ireland responsible and sustainable. Our patron is Michael D.Higgins, President of Ireland. Visit www.bitc.ie

    • Catholic Guides of Ireland

      The Catholic Guides of Ireland (CGI) is a nationwide uniformed Association open to all women and girls. Our mission is to provide a challenging Guiding programme within a safe environment, to enable all girls and young women to develop their full potential.

    • Citizens Information Board

      The Citizens Information Board provides independent information, advice and advocacy on public and social services through citizensinformation.ie, the Citizens Information Phone Service and the network of Citizens Information Services. It is responsible for the Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) and provides advocacy services for people with disabilities.

    • Coillte

      Coillte's core purpose is to enrich lives locally, nationally and globally through the innovative and sustainable management of natural resources.Coillte is a commercial company operating in forestry, land based businesses, renewable energy and panel products. Visit www.coillte.ie

    • College of Psychiatrists of Ireland

      College of Psychiatrists of Ireland is the professional body for psychiatrists in Ireland and the sole body recognised by the Medical Council and the HSE for Competence Assurance and Training in Psychiatry. The College offers membership (for psychiatrists & trainees) of an Irish institution which aims to be the voice of psychiatry in Ireland. Visit www.irishpsychiatry.ie

    • Cork Counselling Service

      The Counselling Centre is a non-profit organisation providing professional counselling, psychotherapy and training services in the south of Ireland. Visit www.thecounsellingcentre.ie

    • Cycle Against Suicide

      Cycle Against Suicide is an initiative started by Irish entrepreneur, Jim Breen, as a result of his appearance on RTE’s The Secret Millionaire programme. The main objective of the Cycle is to raise awareness of the considerable help and supports that are available for anyone battling depression, self harm, at risk of suicide or those bereaved by suicide. Together, shoulder to shoulder, we can Break the Cycle of Suicide in Ireland! Visit www.cycleagainstsuicide.com

    • DCU School of Nursing

      We are a university-based School of Nursing, providing nursing and multi-disciplinary educational programmes in partnership with a number of health boards, voluntary and private sector organisations. Visit www.dcu.ie

    • DCU Students’ Union

      DCUSU is the student representative body for DCU students. We are committed to helping our students throughout their DCU student experience and making them aware of all of the issues which affect them. We realize that mental health issues effect our students and we are committed to doing everything we can to help them. We want to help people talk about their mental health. Visit www.dcusu.ie

    • Department of Health and Children

      The role of the Office for Disability and Mental Health in the Department of Health and Children is to support the Minister in the exercise of his functions across four Government Departments ie Health and Children, Education and Skills, Enterprise Trade and Innovation and Justice and Law Reform at the national and international level; drive the implementation of 'A Vision for Change' in conjunction with the Health Service Executive, Government Departments, non-statutory agencies, service users and carers and other stakeholders. Visit www.dohc.ie

    • DETECT – Early Intervention Service

      provides education on psychosis to the general public and professionals to ensure people receive earliest possible effective help. A rapid assessment service is available for people with symptoms of psychosis in the catchment area of South Dublin and Wicklow. For anyone experiencing psychosis for the first time a treatment package of psychological, occupational and family interventions is available. The service is available through the community mental health services. Visit www.detect.ie

    • Dublin Aids Alliance

      Established in 1987, Dublin AIDS Alliance (DAA) Ltd is a voluntary organisation working to improve conditions for people living with or affected by HIV and AIDS. DAA operates under an ethos of equality and is committed to making a positive contribution towards a humane and just society. We strive to ensure that our staff, volunteers and service users are treated with dignity and respect at all times and to create an environment that promotes equal opportunity and prohibits discrimination. Visit www.dublinaidsalliance.ie
    • Dublin Simon Community

      Dublin Simon Community works to prevent and address homelessness in Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow. We provide services at all stages of homelessness and enable people to move to a place they can call home. The Dublin Simon Community Counselling Service provides professional counselling to adults who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. We offer emotional/psychological support to people using our services and help them to improve their life skills and self-esteem to enable them to live independently again. Visit www.dubsimon.ie/

    • EHA

      EHA is Ireland’s premier nationwide provider of Occupational Health Services. The group comprises Employment Health Advisors Ltd. (Cork), Corporate Health Ireland (Dublin) and The Keogh Practice (Waterford). EHA provides quality specialist occupational health services throughout Ireland and consultancy as far afield as the Middle East and United States. It provides consultant led, customer focused occupational health services to suit the needs of individual organisations.  Visit www.eha.ie

    • Employability

      EmployAbility Service is a national employment and recruitment service to assist people with a disability to secure and maintain a job in the open labour market. Visit www.employability.ie

    • EPIC – Empowering People in Care

      EPIC (formally IAYPIC) is an independent organisation that works throughout the Republic of Ireland with and for young people who are currently living in care, or have had an experience of living in care. This includes those living in Foster Care, Relative Foster Care, Residential Care, Special Care, and Children’s Detention Schools. EPIC also works with young people preparing to leave care and in after care. EPIC provides an Advocacy Service and empowers young people to speak out and be heard in relation to their own lives. www.epiconline.ie / 01-872-7661

    • EVE Ltd

      EVE is a programme within the HSE, who's primary ethos is to provide community-based recovery-orientated programmes for adults who experience mental health difficulties, intellectual difficulties, Asperger’s Syndrome, and Physical and Sensory disabilities. We do this through our network of Vocational, Rehabilitative and Clubhouse services in 21 locations across HSE Dublin North East and HSE Dublin Mid-Leinster regions. Visit www.eve.ie

    • First Fortnight

      First Fortnight is an arts-based mental health awareness project that aims to make the first two weeks of every year synonymous with mental health awareness. Visit firstfortnight.com

    • Garageland

      The Garage Gigs have been providing opportunities to new musicians and songwriters for 13 years, and have helped some of Ireland's best known artists to get started, including The Script, Royseven, Delorentos, Ham Sandwich, Ryan Sheridan, The Immediate. Garageland also run Band Camps for young musicians and designed The Irish Youth Music Awards for Youth Work Ireland, which is the biggest music event on the Youth Work calendar. Visit www.garageland.ie

    • Gateway Mental Health Project

      Gateway’s vision is to ensure hope dignity and wellness in an empowering and supportive community for people experiencing mental health issues. The Gateway Project is a community and member led project for people with self-experience of mental illness. Gateway works to promote positive mental health and wellbeing amongst its membership, supports people to integrate into the community in which they live and Gateway aims to combat stigma and discrimination associated with mental ill health. Visit www.projectgateway.blogspot.ie

    • Gay and Lesbian Equality Network

      Gay and Lesbian Equality Network works to achieve full equality and inclusion for lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people in Ireland, and protection from all forms of discrimination. We are working to make Ireland a place where all LGB people can feel safe and confident about being open about their sexual orientation at home, in work and within the wider community. Visit www.glen.ie

    • Gay Switchboard Dublin

      Whatever is on your mind, from coming out, to heading out, friends to lovers, mothers to brothers....sometimes you just need to talk. Gay Switchboard Volunteers provide confidential listening, support & signposting for lesbians, gay men, bisexual & trans people, as well as anyone who needs to discuss issues relating to sexuality. Gay Switchboard volunteers don’t judge or tell you what to do; We’ll provide support and appropriate information in a safe & friendly atmosphere. Call 01-8721055 or visit www.gayswitchboard.ie

    • GROW

      GROW is a Mental Health Organisation helping people who have or are suffering from mental health problems. Members are helped to recover from all forms of mental breakdown, through the support members give each other from their own experience in matters to do with mental health. Visit www.grow.ie

    • Headline

      Headline is Ireland's national media monitoring programme, working to promote responsible and accurate coverage of mental health and suicide related issues within the Irish media. Headline works with journalists and media students to find ways to collaborate to ensure that these issues are responsibly covered in the media. Visit www.Headline.ie

    • Headstrong

      Headstrong is a new initiative working with communities in Ireland to ensure that young people aged twelve to twenty five are better supported to achieve mental health and wellbeing. Headstrong was set up in response to an identified need to address the issue of youth mental health in Ireland. Visit www.headstrong.ie

    • Health Service Executive

      The HSE delivers thousands of health and social services in hospitals and communities all over Ireland. Visit www.hse.ie

    • Housing Association for Integrated Living (HAIL)

      HAIL (Housing Association for Integrated Living) is a voluntary housing association with properties in the greater Dublin area. Our vision is a society where people, primarily those with mental health difficulties, can achieve and sustain independent living in the community having secure, quality, affordable accommodation with appropriate support services. Our mission is to provide housing and individually tailored services to support those with mental health difficulties, to integrate and live independent lives in the community. Visit www.hail.ie

    • HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention

      HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention oversees the implementation of 'Reach Out' the National Strategy for Action on Suicide Prevention, co-ordinates suicide prevention efforts around the country and speaks regularly with agencies and individuals interested and active in suicide prevention. Visit www.nosp.ie

    • Inspire Ireland/Reachout.com

      Inspire Ireland/Reachout.com is a charitable organisation that helps young people lead happier lives. We are part of an international network of foundations with the same mission, operating in Australia and the USA. Inspire Ireland achieves its mission through the delivery of ReachOut.com, an online service to help young people aged 16-25 get through tough times. Visit www.inspireireland.ie

    • Irish Advocacy Network

      Irish Advocacy Network was set up to offer peer advocacy services throughout the island of Ireland. Peer advocates are people who have experienced mental health difficulties and having achieved a sufficient level of recovery, complete an accredited training course. Once they qualify they work with an existing peer advocate before engaging their own clients. Thus, peer advocates are in a unique position to understand the difficulties and problems faced by people with mental health difficulties. Visit www.irishadvocacynetwork.ie

    • Irish Association of Suicidology

      Irish Association of Suicidology was founded in 1996 by Dr. John Connolly, the late Dr. Michael Kelleher, and Mr. Dan Neville T.D in response to concerns about the rising suicide rates in Ireland and the grief and suffering caused to families and communities by these unnecessary deaths. The IAS set out to be a forum for all individuals and voluntary groups involved in any aspect of suicidology for the exchange of knowledge gained from differing perspectives and experiences. Visit www.ias.ie

    • Irish Business and Employers Confederation

      Provides its membership base of over 7000 organisations with knowledge, influence and connections. IBEC staff offer practical employer services as well as the opportunity to network and lobby at an industry level through a web of over 60 business sector associations. Visit www.ibec.ie

    • Irish Cattle and Sheep farmers Association

      ICSA is a member-driven organisation which represents Ireland’s beef, suckler and sheep farmers. ICSA gives a clear voice to Ireland’s rural communities, in which agriculture forms a key part. ICSA aims to represent its members in striving for equality for all farmers, freedom from bureaucracy and opportunity to farm. Visit www.icsaireland.com

    • Irish College of General Practitioners

      The Irish College General Practitioners (ICGP) is the professional body for general practice in Ireland. The College was founded in 1984 and is based in Lincoln Place, Dublin 2. The College's primary aim is to serve the patient and the general practitioner by encouraging and maintaining the highest standards of general medical practice. Visit www.icgp.ie

    • Irish Congress of Trade Unions

      Irish Congress of Trade Unions is the largest civil society organisation on the island of Ireland, representing and campaigning on behalf of some 832,000 working people. There are currently 55 unions affiliated to Congress, north and south of the border. Visit www.ictu.ie

    • Irish Countrywomen’s Association

      The ICA is the largest membership organisation of women in Ireland. Their local guilds are at the heart of community life, keeping traditions and heritage alive and relevant while offering support, friendship, personal development and life-long learning to their members. Visit www.ica.ie

    • Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association

      The Irish Creamery Milk Suppliers Association was founded in 1950 and is a National Farm Organisation that represents farmers at local, national and European level and formulates policies in the interest of family farms through its six committees, namely, Dairy, Beef & Cattle, Rural Development, Farm Services and Environment, Sheep and Taxation. For more infomration www.icmsa.ie

    • Irish Farmer’s Association

      Irish Farmer's Association is a highly professional, well-resourced organisation whose record of delivery is the envy of many other representative bodies at home and in Europe. IFA represents farmers and their interests. Visit www.ifa.ie

    • Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission

      On November 1st 2014 The Equality Authority merged with the Irish Human Rights Commission to become the Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission. The purpose of the independent national human rights and equality institution is to protect and promote human rights and equality in Ireland. The commission aims to build a welcoming organisation that nurtures a culture of respect for human rights, equality and intercultural understanding across society.  Visit www.ihrec.ie/

    • Irish Men’s Shed Association

      The Irish Men’s Shed Association (IMSA) is a member-based organisation formed to share information freely between Sheds and support communities and organisations wishing to establish a Shed. Members of the Shed are able to gather socially or work on meaningful projects at their own pace, in their own time and in the company of other men. The main objective is to advance the health and wellbeing of the participating men.

    • Irish Sports Council

      Irish Sports Council aims to plan, lead and co-ordinate the sustainable development of competitive and recreational sport in Ireland. Our Vision is one where sport contributes to enhancing the quality of Irish life. Visit www.irishsportscouncil.ie

    • It’s Good 2 Talk

      It’s Good 2 Talk is a Wexford based community-counselling partnership and mental health care support network service that provides low fee paying professional counselling psychotherapy support to all, and where appropriate, free of charge. Visit www.itsgood2talk.com

    • Jamaican and Caribbean Community (JCCI)

      Jamaicans and the wider Caribbean Communities (JCCI) in Ireland is a Voluntary Community Organization based in Dublin Ireland. JCCI was founded on September 29, 2008. Its mission is to bring together all Caribbean individuals, organizations, groups, and friends of the Caribbean to promote and enhance the broad interests of all Caribbean communities in Ireland. For more information email jcci@mail.com. 
    • Laois Community Forum

      Laois Community Forum provides a platform for community and voluntary groups to network and be involved in the economic, social and cultural development of the county. The Forum has an important role to play in promoting the participation of the community and voluntary sector in local decision making. The Forum is used as the first point of consultation for many of the new initiatives, policies and plans that are emerging in County Laois. Visit www.laoiscommunityforum.ie

    • Macra na Feírme

      Macra na Feirme is a voluntary organisation for young people between the ages of 17 and 35. The organisation consists of a nationwide network of clubs with six key areas of activity: agriculture, sports, travel, public speaking, community involvement and performing arts. To find out more about visit www.marca.ie

    • Men’s Health Forum

      The Men's Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI) is a volunteer-led network of individuals and organisations, men and women, from both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. MHFI works on an all-island basis to promote the health and well being of men and boys through research, training, networking, health initiatives and advocacy. Visit www.mhfi.org

    • Mental Health Commission

      Mental Health Commission is an independent statutory body established under the Mental Health Act, 2001. The Mental Health Commission promotes high standards in the delivery of mental health services and ensures the interests of those involuntarily admitted to Approved Centres are protected. Visit www.mchirl.ie

    • Mental Health Ireland

      Mental Health Ireland is a national voluntary organisation with 104 local Mental Health Associations (MHAs) and branches throughout the country. The membership includes mental health professionals and lay people who provide care, support and friendship for the mentally ill. Visit www.mentalhealthireland.ie

    • Mental Health Reform

      Mental Health Reform aims to benefit the community by promoting best practice in all aspects of service provision to people experiencing mental health difficulties and advancing the education of the public at large to the benefits of an Ireland where people achieve and enjoy the highest attainable standard of mental health. Visit www.mentalhealthreform.ie

    • Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS)

      The Money Advice and Budgeting Service (MABS) is the only free, confidential, independent and non-judgmental service for people in debt, or in danger of getting into debt, in Ireland. MABS Helpline (0761 07 2000) operates Monday to Friday from 9am to 8pm. It is a national service with over 60 offices nationwide. For details of your nearest office, visit mabs.ie

    • MyMind

      MyMind is a not for profit charitable organisation, we offer accessible mental health services at low cost. Reducing stigma surrounding mental health is core of the organisation's ethos, which is based around early intervention. Visit www.mymind.org

    • National Disability Authority

      National Disability Authority is the lead state agency on disability issues, providing independent expert advice to Government on policy and practice. Visit www.nda.ie

    • National Service Users Executive

      Vision for Change, the report of the Expert Group on Mental Health Policy, advocated the setting up of a National Service Users Executive with the following mandate: To inform the National Health Service Directorate and the Mental Health Commission on issues relating to user involvement and participation in: planning, delivering, evaluating and monitoring services and including models of best practice. To develop and implement best practice guidelines between the user and provider interface including capacity development issues. Visit www.nsue.ie

    • National Youth Council of Ireland

      The National Youth Council of Ireland is the representative body for national voluntary youth work organisations in Ireland. Is é Comhairle Náisiúnta na nÓg an eagras ionadaí­ochta an óige in Éirinn. It represents and supports the interests of around 50 voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people.It seeks to ensure that all young people are empowered to develop the skills and confidence to fully participate as active citizens in an inclusive society. Visit www.youth.ie

    • Near Media Co-op

      Near Media Co-op is a not-for-profit community media project operating across the Northside of Dublin City. Nearfm broadcasts 24 hours a day on 90.3fm across northside Dublin. We operate an open access policy and run at least two community radio courses a year for new volunteers. The station encourages groups to use community media as a tool in their development work and aims to reflect the issues, events and stories important in the local area. Neartv productions are the community television production arm of the Co-op. Volunteers with Neartv produce content which is shown online in the programmes section of our website www.near.ie and on Dublin Community Television (NTL 802) www.dctv.ie Neartv also offers training to community groups and individuals in television production. More information about the Near Media Co-op can be found on the website www.near.ie

    • NUI Maynooth Students’ Union

      The Students' Union in NUI Maynooth represents each and every student at every level within the University. As a student you are automatically a member of the Students’ Union. The union work very hard to welcome students to University, help them settle in and then makes sure they are well treated while they are in college. The job of the union is to keep an eye out for students and make sure everyone is getting treated fairly across the board. They are there to help with all the academic, social and personal issues that students face. Visit www.maynoothsu.ie

    • One in Four

      One in Four professionally supports men and women who have experienced sexual violence, many of them during childhood. Our aim is to reduce the incidence of sexual abuse by intervening in key areas of the cycle of abuse. We do this through psychotherapy, advocacy and prevention services. www.oneinfour.ie

    • PCI College

      PCI College is Ireland's leading provider of Education and Training in the fields of counselling, the psychological therapies, related social sciences and personal skills development. At PCI College the academic value of programmes is enhanced by a learning environment that is warm, transparent and genuine. Their focus is on students, ensuring they progress emotionally as well as academically, making this a truly unique adult education experience. Visit www.pcicollege.ie

    • Please Talk

      Please Talk was first launched in January 2007 in UCD. It was in response to the deaths of a number of students by suicide in the student populous. Please Talk urges students to understand that talking is a strength not of weakness, and if you’re experiencing problems while at college, there are people there who you can talk to. Visit www.pleasetalk.ie

    • Psychotherapy Dublin

      Psychotherapy Dublin is a leading clinic in the field of counselling, psychotherapy and psychoanalysis in Dublin. Visit www.psychotherapydublin.ie

    • Saint John of God Hospital

      Since its foundation in 1882, the mission of Saint John of God Hospital is to bring healing, care and wholeness to people who have mental illness or psychological and emotional problems. Visit www.saintjohnofgodhospital.ie

    • Samaritans

      Samaritans is the largest provider of emotional support in Ireland. Samaritans aims to benefit society by improving people’s emotional health in order to create a greater sense of well being. Apart from being a 24-hour source of support by telephone, by SMS, and email, we offer face to face support via a 20 Branch network in Ireland. We also have an extensive outreach programme, including ‘Feet on the Street’ and ‘Festival’ teams and we visit schools, prisons and workplaces. Visit  www.samaritans.ie

    • Save Our Sons And Daughters (SOSAD)

      SOSAD aims to raise awareness of suicide in Ireland, break the taboo surrounding suicide, provide support and direction to those feeling suicidal, to those approached by someone feeling suicidal and for those bereaved by suicide. Visit www.sosadireland.ie

    • Seachtain na Gaeilge

      Seachtain na Gaeilge takes place in March of each year and is the biggest international Irish language festival in the world! The festival aims to open doors and give people the opportunity to use Irish, whether they have a little or a lot, and have fun at the same time through a wide range of events. The dates for the upcoming festival are 4 - 17 March 2013 & a full list of events is available on www.snag.ie! Bíonn Seachtain na Gaeilge ar siúl gach Márta agus is í an fhéile Ghaeilge idirnáisiúnta is mó ar domhan! Aidhm na féile ná doirse a oscailt agus deis a thabhairt do dhaoine níos mó Gaeilge a úsáid, bíodh beagán nó mórán acu, agus spraoi a bheith acu ag an am céanna trí réimse leathan imeachtaí. Dátaí na chéad fhéile eile ná 4 - 17 Márta 2013 & tá liosta iomlán na n-imeachtaí ar www.snag.ie!

    • Shine

      Shine is the national organisation dedicated to upholding the rights and addressing the needs of all those affected by enduring mental illness including, but not exclusively, schizophrenia, schizo-affective disorder and bi-polar disorder, through the promotion and provision of high-quality services and working to ensure the continual enhancement of the quality of life of the people it serves. Visit www.shineonline.ie

    • Sigmar Recruitment

      Sigmar Recruitment is Ireland's leading recruitment specialist with offices in Cork, Galway, Dublin, Cavan and Warsaw

    • Smashing Times Theatre Company

      Smashing Times Theatre Company is a professional theatre company that engages with its audiences through performance, training and participation. A rights based perspective governs the work of the company who use creative processes of drama and theatre to work with local communities and young people. Their vision is for a creative society where theatre is open for all to make or enjoy. Visit www.smashingtimes.ie

    • SpunOut

      SpunOut is an independent, youth powered national charity working to empower young people to create personal and social change. Visit www.spunout.ie

    • St. Patrick’s University Hospital

      St. Patrick's University Hospital is Ireland's largest independent mental health service provider. We are a Not-for-Profit organisation dedicated to providing the highest quality of mental health care, promoting mental health and advocating for the rights of those who suffer from mental illness. Visit www.stpatrickshosp.ie

    • Stop Suicide

      STOP Suicide is a registered charity that was set up in 2004 by five Families in the Northwest that had lost a Family member to Suicide. STOP suicide provides ten free Crisis Intervention & Solution Focused Therapy sessions to those who are in distress or feeling suicidal. They also have a bereavement support group for those who have been bereaved by suicide. They're Counsellors & Psychotherapists are fully qualified & Garda vetted with their own Therapy rooms across the NorthWest. Freephone 1850 211 877 or visit www.stopsuicide.ie

    • Suicide or Survive

      Suicide or Survive is an organisation dedicated to removing the stigma associated with mental health and suicide prevention. We provide therapeutic programmes to fill gaps in the current service provision for people at high risk of suicide as well as providing educational services that help people understand their own mental health and find support if they need it. Visit www.suicideorsurvive.ie

    • Tamhnach

      A charity with the aim of providing a place where individuals and communities can participate in a journey of exploration and wonder; and in doing so, co-author healing changes to regain wholeness (spiritual, psychological, emotional and physical). Visit www.tamhnach.org

    • TASK (Training and Support Kilkenny)

      TASK (Training and Support Kilkenny) is a full time rehabilitative training propgramme for adults. They are part of the Kilkenny mental health service. Their programme helps people to improve and maintain mental well being, develop coping strategies and self care skills, and primarily regain confidence.
    • TCD School Nursing & Midwifery

      The TCD School of Nursing & Midwifery is the leading institution within Ireland in Nursing & Midwifery education and research. Visit www.nursing-midwifery.tcd.ie

    • TCD Students’ Union

      TCD Students' Union is the representative body of all Trinity College Dublin Students'. We are committed to providing assistance to students throughout their time at Trinity for academic and non-academic issues. We aim to raise awareness of issues that may affect students as well as providing peer-based help, support and referral to those in need. Visit tcdsu.org

    • Teagasc

      Teagasc is the agriculture and food development authority in Ireland. Its mission is to support science-based innovation in the agri-food sector and the broader bioeconomy that will underpin profitability, competitiveness and sustainability. Visit www.teagasc.ie

    • TENI

      Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI) seeks to improve conditions and advance the rights and equality of trans people and their families. Their vision is an Ireland where trans people are understood, accepted and respected, and can participate fully in all aspects of Irish society. Visit www.teni.ie

    • The Rise Foundation

      The RISE Foundation is a registered charity founded by the singer Frances Black in 2008, focused on the families of those with addictive behaviour (alcohol, drugs, gambling, food or sex addiction)Their mission is to support families impacted by a loved ones addictive behaviour through awareness, education and therapy, and to combat the associated shame and stigma. Visit www.therisefoundation.ie

    • Turn2me

      Turn2me are an online mental health community providing peer and professional support to people in distress. They will actively support lives, build lives and save lives at the times when people need them most. Visit www.turn2me.org

    • UCC Students Union

      The Students’ Union in UCC represents each and every student at every level within the University. As a student you are automatically a member of the Students’ Union. The union work very hard to welcome students to University, help them settle in and then makes sure they are well treated while they are in college. The job of the union is to keep an eye out for students and make sure everyone is getting treated fairly across the board. They are there to help with all the academic, social and personal issues that students face. Visit www.collegeroad.ie

    • UCD Students’ Union

      UCD Students’ Union is the student representative body for UCD students. They are committed to helping students throughout their university student experience and making them aware of all of the issues which affect them. They realize that mental health issues effect students and are committed to doing everything they can to help them. They want to help people talk about their mental health. Visit www.ucdsu.ie

    • UL Students Union

      ULSU is the representative body for 11,000 UL students. Students automatically become members of the Union upon enrolment, and from that day on the five sabbatical officers (President, Welfare, Education, Campaigns and Services and Communications Officer) as well as the part-time members of the Union`s Executive Committee, do their best to represent and help you with any problems you may have during your time in college. Visit www.ulsu.ie

    • USI

      The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) is the national representative body for Ireland’s 354,000 students in third level education.  We are a membership organisation – our members are our affiliated Students’ Unions around Ireland, North and South. We work for the realisation of students’ needs, justice and human rights. Visit www.usi.ie

    • Wicklow Local Sports Partnership

      The Wicklow Local Sports Partnership as part of the wider national Sports Partnership network which run in conjunction with the Irish Sports Council, aims to increase participation in sport and physical activity throughout Co. Wicklow. The Wicklow Local Sports Partnership provides support and assistance across a range of area’s such as Sports Development, Physical Activity Provision, Education and Training and Information Provision. In April 2013 launched the “Wicklow Mental Health and Sport Strategy 2013” the first strategy of its kind in Ireland. Visit www.wicklowlsp.ie

Over 80 voluntary organisations, state agencies, universities and youth groups make up the See Change partnership

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