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Supporting You And Your Mental Health

Since 2007, SOSAD has worked to raise awareness and help prevent suicide in Ireland. We have worked tirelessly in our communities to help those in need feel supported and know they are not alone on their journey. SOSAD offer support and services for people who are struggling with suicidal ideation, self harming, depression, bereavement, stress and anxiety, or if you simply need to talk.

If you want to talk, we are here to listen. You can message us, call us, or call into our office.

We have seven offices based in Cavan, Louth, Meath, Monaghan and Laois from which we provide our services. 

24/7 Helpline

SOSAD have trained volunteers on call for emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for anyone who may be in distress and in need of professional help and support.

Ask For Help!

Everyone experiences periods in their life when they feel low for a short amount of time and this is a normal part of life. It is only when low periods last for an extended time or the way you are feeling interferes with the everyday life that you may be suffering from depression. Asking for help is the first step in your recovery. We know how hard this may seem but you will be surprised how much better you will feel after sharing. So try to talk to someone and get the help you need!

SOSAD Ireland Announcements

Gig with Garth!

Dawn to Dusk 2022


Charity Impact Award's 2021

STAY Podcast with Joe Rooney & Marie Johnston

Excellence in Public Sector Mental Health Support Services Award

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Resources & Links

 COVID-19 Care & Inform hub

Acknowledging and coping with grief from a COVID-19 death 

 COVID-19 Care & Inform hub

COVID-19 Care & Inform hub, launched in April 2020, to keep you informed and supported if you’re facing dying, death or bereavement during the pandemic. 

HSE mental health services.

Some face-to-face services are limited at the moment because of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak. But a number of organisations are still providing. Click on the button below to see the list of service available to you.

Alcohol Awareness.

The goal is to raise awareness for alcoholism. As recovering alcoholics ourselves we know how hard it is to find reliable, and free resources to help yourself or a loved one. This website does just that. If you want to talk, getting help for alcoholism is only a phone call away. Our free alcohol abuse hotline is available 24/7.