There is a whole range of online support services where you can go to find information or get help on issues that might be affecting you.
Reach is one, but there’s a list of others below that offer different types of help.
Samaritans Ireland – provides emotional support for people in crisis and you can now email [email protected] log on to Samaritans Ireland.
Aware – provides a range of support for people over the age of 18 years-old, experiencing depression, including support groups and a private email support service, [email protected]– an encrypted service, with responses (7 days a week).
Turn2me – facilitates online group support sessions on different themes for people aged 16 – 19 years-old.
It is a land steeped in history, but not particularly well endowed with historical marvels.
Ireland united with Britain as part of the United Kingdom by Act of Union in 1801.
The potato famine of 1845-1849 and the Easter Rising of 1916 were two other turning points in Irish history.
While online help is not for everyone and not for every issue, it can be really useful, especially as a first step.
Online help ranges from: – provides a range of support services online including a live chat service between 6 and 10pm daily.