National Cervical Screening Programme:

National Breast Screening Programme:

Irish Heart Foundation:

Heartbeat Trust

Irish Cancer Society:

Stroke Support

Cardiac Conditions and Driving

Diabetes Ireland:

Asthma Society of Ireland:


Balally COPD Peer Support & Exercise Group: Meet Mondays at 11.45 am in the Balally Family Resource Centre, The Scout Den, Balally

Bray COPD Support Group: Meet Mondays and Fridays at 12pm in Ballywaltrim Community Centre, Boghall Road, Bray

Bowel Screen

Mental Health: 

The Irish Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP) 

Tel: (01) 230 3536

The Irish Council for Psychotherapy (ICP) Tel: (01) 905 8658

The Psychological Society of Ireland (PSI) Tel: (01) 472 0105

Irish Association for Humanistic Psychotherapy (IAHIP) 

Tel: (01) 284 1665 Seniorline Tel: 1800 804 591 (Lines open every day from 10 am-10 pm)

Youth Mental Health:


Support and information to people experiencing depression and bipolar condition. Provides information and local and online life skills training.

Tel: 1800 80 48 48

Local depression and bipolar support and self-care groups.

Bray Villa Pacis Centre, in grounds of Our Lady Queen of Peace Church, Putland Road (every Wednesday at 7.30pm)          

Cabinteely Family Life Centre, Rear of St Brigids Church (every Wednesday at 7.30 pm)  

Dublin 4 Aware Office, 9 Upper Leeson St, Dublin 4 (every Sunday at noon)

Eating Disorders

Alcohol concerns

Quit smoking

HSE Drugs and Alcohol Helpline- A free confidential place where anyone can talk through their concerns about drugs or alcohol, get information about services and consider the options available to them to improve their situation. Freephone: 1800 459 459 Monday - Friday, 9.30 am - 5.30 pm Email:


Menopause Matters:

Immunisation information


There are a number of grants and schemes available for older people and people with a disability to make adaptations to meet their needs

Under the Weather

Six week nutrition and basic cooking courses are run in lots of areas around Dún Laoghaire Rathdown and Wicklow. These courses are fun and interactive and are a great way to learn about food and nutrition, as well as picking up some clever cooking tips. Class sizes are small and last about 2 1/2 hours. Courses are delivered by tutors who have been trained by HSE community dietitians. There may be a nominal fee. For more information, contact: Dún Laoghaire Rathdown: Angela Lennon Tel: (01) 209 0610 Email:

Older People            

Carer’s Support

My Child



Domestic Abuse, Women’s Aid    

Citizen Information