Welcome to No Name! Club Health Promotion Library. We hope that this resource proves to be a fun, engaging way to educate yourself about a range of health promotion topics.
Online counselling and support services
Turn2Me: Free online counselling and online support groups for people over 18
My Mind: Online counselling service
Suicide or Survive (SOS): Free online wellness workshops and programmes
Stress Control: A range of supports and advice is available from the Health and Safety Authority on work related stress at: The Government’s “In This Together Campaign” also provides information on minding one’s mental health as well as tips on staying active and connected and may be useful for use by employers and workers.
Stress control classes to learn new stress management skills and mind your mental health from HSE Health and Wellbeing. The programme was for 3 weeks on Mondays and Thursdays from Monday 13 April 2020.
Clanwilliam Institute: Individual, couple and family therapy sessions online and phone.
Helplink Mental Health: Free low-cost online counselling services and educational resources.
Pieta House: Telephone and text-based support counselling for people who are suicidal or engaging in self-harm.
Contact: Freephone 1800 247 247 every day 24 hours a day
Text HELP to 51444 – standard message rates apply
Aware: Information and support to anyone over 18. Issues relating to mood or the mood of a friend or family member, or who has depression or bipolar.
Phone ‘Support and Self Care Peer Group’ for people experiencing:
- mild to moderate depression
- bipolar disorder
- mood-related conditions
Contact: Freephone support line 1800 80 48 48 10am to 10pm every day
Crisis Text Line Ireland: Confidential messaging support service
Contact: Text TALK to 086 1800 280 every day 24 hours a day – standard message rates apply.
LGBT+ helpline 1890 929 539 every day
Gender identity family support line 01 907 3707
Online instant messaging support 6.30pm to 10pm Monday to Thursday, 4pm to 10pm Friday and 4pm to 6pm Saturday and Sunday.
email@example.com for support or information
Information and support for people who experience mental health difficulties
Information line 01 284 1166 from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday
HSE Mental Health Recovery Colleges: Recovery education colleges and services provide mental health recovery education. Timetables have been developed to support people through recovery education.
Information line 1890 474 474.
Telephone support with cancer counsellors. Links to nationwide community cancer support centres and a team of clinical psychologists.
Contact: Free phone 1800 200 700
Support and information for young people and adults with ADHD and their carers and families.
Phone 01 874 8349 from 9am to 5.30pm Monday to Friday
The National Association for People with an Intellectual Disability.
Telephone and online services and supports
Contact: Call 01 8721094 and press 1 from 9am to 5pm every day
Online counselling to members of the Traveller community who need support.
BodywhysConnect – online support groups for adults with eating disorders.
YouthConnect – online support groups for young people aged 13-18.
Contact: Helpline 01 2107906 Monday, Wednesday and Sunday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm and Saturday from 10.30am to 12.30pm
firstname.lastname@example.org for support
Tips and resources to keep your mind healthy.
We’ve divided the library into sections which are located below. Each section contains a range of videos, articles and books for you to read or watch online. We also have physical health promotion material available, anyone interested can contact the No Name! Club office.
There are also a range of booklets, posters, stickers and other health promotion material available to clubs through www.healthpromotion.ie (currently unavailable due to the recent hacking of the Health Service Executive). To order any of the items on the site please contact No Name! Club office.