Pieta House

IF you are feeling suicidal or if you are self-harming there is help out there. There are places to go and talk to people and there is hope that things will get better. One place you can go to if you wish to seek help in overcoming your self-harm is Pieta House. I attended pieta house for one appointment (if I had gone sooner I wouldn’t have ended up to hospital a week later) and first impressions were this place could really help me. It was relaxed and the staff were welcoming and non-judgemental. It was a very friendly environment and to be honest I wish I had gone earlier for treatment!

“We are a Suicide and Self-Harm Crisis Centre, offering an accessible, confidential and free-of-charge counselling service.

So if you are self-harming and in need of some help why not try talking to someone at Pieta house. These services are free of charge and all staff are fully qualified and willing to help those in need and bring about social change.  You can contact Pieta House in the following Ways:

Pieta House Lucan
Lucan Road
Phone: 01-6010000
Centre Manager: Avril Mansouri

Pieta House Ballyfermot
Mount La Salle
Ballyfermot Road
Dublin 10
Phone: 01-6200020
Centre Manager: Noeleen Devlin

Pieta House Finglas
47 Mellowes Court
Dublin 11
Phone: 01-8648899
Centre Manager: Linda Murray

Pieta House Tallaght
St Thomas's Church, Jobstown
Dublin 24
Phone: 087-9368633
Centre Manager: Enda Dowling

Pieta House Midwest
Phone: 061-484444
Centre Manager: Nora Conway

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