Mental Health Services in Dublin North West

It is estimated that one in four of us will experience some mental health problems in our lifetime, from a low period, to more serious depression, and then a small number will experience severe mental health problems.  If you feel persistently sad, have trouble sleeping or experience unexplained aches and pains, you should visit your GP for some advice.  Most people are treated by the GP alone, unless more support, for example, therapy services, is required, in which case you may be referred to some of the following day and hospital services.

Mental Health Services
St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin 8 Tel: (01) 249 3200
Central Mental Hospital, Dundrum, Dublin 16 Tel: (01) 298 9266
Connolly Hospital Blanchardstown, Dublin 15 Tel: (01) 646 5000
St Ita’s Hospital, Portrane, Co Dublin. Tel: (01) 883 6000
Phoenix Care Centre, Grangegorman, Dublin 7 Tel: (01) 827 6507/8
St Vincent’s Hospital, Fairview, Dublin 3 Tel: (01) 884 2400
Connolly Norman House, North Circular Road, Dublin 7 Tel: (01) 868 1400

Community Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services
HSE CAMHS Blanchardstown/Castleknock Team, Corduff Primary Care Centre, Blackcourt Road, Corduff, Dublin 15. Tel: 076 6956742
In-Patient Unit (formerly Warrenstown House), St Loman’s Hospital, Palmerstown, Dublin 20 Tel: (01) 6207400 / 6207412
Department of Child Psychiatry, Tallaght Hospital , Dublin 24. Tel: (01) 414 4802
Linn Dara CAMHS, St James’s Hospital, St James’s Street, Dublin 8. Tel: (01) 4166600

Psychiatry of Later Life
Martha Whiteway Day Hospital, St Patrick’s Hospital, Dublin 8. Tel: (01) 249 3259
61 Eccles Street, Dublin 7. Tel: (01) 860 0488