Support & information for people in their community
We answered 12,818 calls on our Support Line in 2017. All calls to the line, which is open 365 days a year, are free of charge to the caller.
We responded to 1,956 email requests for help and support in 2017. This encrypted service is free of charge.
We offer 35 support groups nationwide and in 2017 there were 10,729 visits to these groups. The service is free of charge to attendees.
Aware offers a Relatives & Friends Programme for those who care about someone who is experiencing depression or bipolar disorder. In 2017, this programme was completed by 275 people in 20 programmes around the country.
Aware's Life Skills Programmes empower adults and young people with the knowledge and skills to look after their mental health. In 2017, Life Skills Online had 1,426 participants, Life Skills Groups had 2,004 participants and Life Skills for schools was delivered to 63 school groups.
Beat the Blues is Aware’s free, positive mental health programme for senior-cycle students in secondary schools throughout Ireland. In 2017, there were 542 talks in 225 schools, which reached 12,868 students.
Available Monday to Sunday from 10am - 10pm.More Information
Aware Support & Self Care Groups offer a unique opportunity to talk openly about depression or bipolar disorder and its impact.More information
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