Our Support Line is a free service available to anyone seeking support and information about anxiety, depression or bipolar disorder – for themselves or a loved one. The service is available 7 days a week from 10am to 10pm.
If you are under 18 years of age, please contact childline for support on 1800 66 66 66.
Our Support Line Volunteers will offer you support and compassion as they help you identify helpful options and actions which are available to you at the time of the call.
Your calls are confidential within normal limits. The Support Line can be quite busy at times, so if you’re trying to get through, please bear with us.
Our Volunteers receive initial and on-going training from Aware. They are not counsellors or therapists.
Calls to our Support Line are free of charge.
More About Our Support Line
provide you with telephone support and information about issues relating to depression, bipolar disorder and other mood related conditions.
Questions You Might Have
When you ring the Aware Support Line you will hear a recorded message and you will then be put through to the next available Volunteer. Our Volunteers are here to listen and support you, they understand that it may have been difficult for you to pick up the phone.
Our Volunteers will talk with you about what brought you to call the Aware Support Line today. In order to proactively help you, they may ask you some questions to better understand what is going on for you and to explore helpful options that may be available to you. We won’t ask you to go into detail about what has happened in the past: we focus on the present, acknowledging your thoughts and feelings and on identifying helpful actions.
Volunteers do not have the facility to ring callers.
If you are living outside Ireland and wish to access the Aware Support Line, please call +353 1 676 6166. Please note this number is not a freephone number, you will be charged according to your phone tariff.