National Youth Federation.
National Youth Council of Ireland.
a site for people who want to change their
use of alcohol or drugs.
Ireland a better place for Children
seeks to empower and support children.
Young People know their rights
Government Offices that aims to improve
the lives of Young People
confidential emotional support for people
who are experiencing feelings of distress
comprehensive drugs education programmes
to parents and carers
site is designed to help you work out
whether you're drinking too much, and
if so, what you can do about it.
all-Ireland network to promote effective
interventions with young people at risk.
Help you contact Practitioners from all
- Help you find out about good practice
- Provide information about a variety
- Inform you about activities in your
- Give you the opportunity to influence
the work of Breaking Through
Trying to Quit Smoking??????
to the Quitline on 1850 201 203
, want to receive confidential
advice on quitting, a free information
pack, and referral to local smoking cessation
services. The National Smokers Quitline
is an initiative of the Health Promotion
Unit of the Department of Health and Children
in partnership with the Irish Cancer Society.
National Smokers Quitline will be operational
from 8am to 10pm, seven days a week. The
Department of Health anticipates 700 calls
per day during the National Smoking Cessation
Action for Children
Best Health For Children project was established
by the Chief Executive Officers of all
the Health Boards under the auspices of
the National Conjoint Child Health Committee.
The project seeks to facilitate Health
Boards in developing services and programmes
that have a focus on improving the health
of children in Ireland.
To Quit Smoking but are prepared to do
take Positive Action in doing so.
is the place to quit smoking. Whether
you have already quit, you are in the
process of quitting or just considering
website supports all who are stopping
to gain support and information on their
journeys to becoming non smokers.
initiates, delivers and supports social
programmes for the most disadvantaged
groups mainly in Dublin and adjacent areas:
Centres, the Dublin Food Bank, Clothing,
CentreCare, Community Development, Community
Education, Drugs Awareness, Emigrant Advice,
Mater Dei Counselling Service and Teen
Counselling, a Hostel for Boys, and programmes
for the Elderly and their Carers and for
the Travelling People.