The Drimnagh Community Mental Health Team provides specialist mental health services to people living in Drimnagh and parts of Crumlin. We work in partnership with local GPs, St James's Hospital and other local healthcare, social and rehabilitation services.
Directions, opening hours, contact details
New Patient Clinic
St. Martha's Day Service, 730 South Circular Road,
Phone: (01) 415 2100
Fax: 01- 4549081
Thursday am (Dr Condren)
By bus: 40, 51B, 122, 123
By Luas Red Line: Suir Road Stop
These clinics take place in Suite 5 (out-patient department) at St. James's Hospital. (Route 1 from the Main Concourse)
Wednesday am (Dr Condren)
- 123, from Drimnagh Road to Dame Street via St. James.
- 40, from Aston Quay to Liffey Valley, via James’s Street.
- 13 Harristown to Grange Castle.
- 17 rialto to Blackrock
The Luas Red line from Tallaght to Connolly Station stops in the hospital grounds.
Day Support Centre
Monday to Friday, 8am to 4.30pm
The Day support Centre is located in the Bru Chaoimhin complex in Cork Street.
On Dublin Bus routes 50, 56a, 77, 77a, 77n, 150, 151.
Fatima Luas stop on the red line is approximately a 10 minute walk from Bru.
From South Circular road turn onto Cork street at Dolphins barn and turn right into the Bru.
We run many different types of services. We provide assessment and treatment in different ways depending on what the problem is and how severe or complicated it is. It’s normal for people to move from one service to another depending on what difficulties they need to address at the time.
Group Programmes often involve regular meetings, classes and activities. They’re usually held once a week for a set period in a group setting with people in a similar situation. They deal with particular problems that the group have in common such as difficulties with anxiety, difficulties socialising or relapse prevention
Therapies involve you working regularly with a therapist or key worker over a number of weeks on a particular problem. They can help you identify patterns in how you think and behave, learn new skills and strategies and discuss ideas to manage your mental health better. Just as there are many different mental health problems here are many different types or techniques of therapy.
Services For Families, Friends and Carers
It can be hard when you’re close to someone who’s dealing with a mental health problem. But you can also be a great help to them in managing their illness and recovery. The following service are specifically aimed to support you.
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