Mental Health Services in Dún Laoghaire

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, to a small number who 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:

Cluain Mhuire Family Centre, Newtown Park Avenue
Blackrock, Co. Dublin (01) 217 2100
St. John of God Hospital, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin (01) 288 1781
Newcastle Hospital, Greystones, Co. Wicklow (01) 281 9001
Jonathan Swift Clinic, St. James's Hospital
St. James's Street, Dublin 8 (01) 410 3000
Department of Psychiatry, the Adelaide and Meath Hospital Dublin, (01) 414 2000
Clonskeagh Hospital, Vergemount, Dublin 6 (01) 269 7877
Glenmalure Day Hospital, Milltown Road, Dublin 6 (01) 283 0388
Irishtown Day Hospital, 1A Irishtown Road, Ringsend, Dublin 4 (01) 668 3897
Ringsend Day Care Centre, Thorncastle Street,
Ringsend, Dublin 4 (01) 668 8284
National Forensic Service, Central Mental Hospital,
Dundrum, Dublin 16 (01) 298 9266

Community Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Services
Lucena Clinic, 59 Orwell Road, Rathgar, Dublin 6
Tel: (01) 492 3596

Psychiatry of Later Life
Department of Old Age Psychiatry, Carew House,
St. Vincent's University Hospital, Dublin 4 Tel: (01) 221 4884

National Counselling Service for Adult Survivors of Childhood Abuse: 1800 234 111