Our service is run by the students and for the students of DBS, MU, NCAD, RCSI, TCD, TUD and UCD. If you are calling outside of our opening hours or are looking for more specific information you may find the following useful:
Provides a helpline service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to those going through difficult times or facing a personal crisis.
Helpline (24hr): 116 123
A messaging service for in-the-moment crisis support.
Text: HELLO to 50808 to chat with a Crisis Volunteer
Whether a COVID-related death, a death from other causes, or people may also be finding a previous bereavement more difficult at this time.
The Bereavement Support Line, in partnership with the HSE, is there to provide connection, comfort and support in these exceptional times.
Phone: 1800 807077
Confidential helpline and support service for men experiencing domestic abuse.
Helpline: 046 9023 718
Rape Crisis Network Ireland
RCNI provides a 24-hour helpline for anyone in crisis or with concerns for themselves or another.
Helpline (24 Hr): 1800 778888
National helpline for women experiencing domestic abuse. Offers one to one support service and court accompaniment service.
Helpline: 1800 341 900
Confidential help, support and information services for people with eating disorders and for their families and friends.
Helpline (LoCall): 1890 200 444
Support and information services for men and women parenting alone, sharing parenting or separating.
Helpline (LoCall): 1890 622212
Parentline is a national, confidential helpline that offers parents support, information and guidance on all aspects of being a parent and any parenting issues.
Helpline: 1890 927277 or (01) 8733500
Parentline’s lines are open Monday – Thursday 10 a.m. – 9. 00 p.m. and Friday 10 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.
Provides professional one to one counselling for those self-harming, feeling suicidal or suffering effects of a suicide attempt.
Phone: 01 601 0000
For a resource to be added to this page, it must be a helpline or support group which is based in Ireland, freely available across the country, and is not affiliated with any political or religious group, organisation or belief. If you know of a service which meets these criteria and which you believe would be helpful to third level students in Ireland, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know.