You can phone the free Pieta House 24-hour suicide helpline on 1800 247 247. Or, alternatively, text HELP to 51444 (standard message rates apply)
SOS (Suicide or Survive) provides workshops in promoting well-being, in particular to people who have come through an emotional crisis.
Livinglinks.ie helps people through the traumatic early days when a loved one has died by suicide. They’ll advise and guide you.
Ias.ie (the Irish Association of Suicidology) works to inform, educate and promote positive suicide prevention policies throughout the island of Ireland. It was the first organisation to do so. Its co-founder, Dan Neville TD, introduced legislation that led to the decriminalization of suicide in 1998.
Nosp.ie (the National Office for Suicide Prevention) implements the Reach Out policy created in 2005. This HSE-run organisation monitors, supports and funds organisations around Ireland that deal specifically with suicide prevention, intervention and care.
Samaritans.org 1850 60 90 90 (24-hour helpline)
Aware.ie 1890 303 302 (seven days a week, from 10am to 10pm)