About us

Welcome to St Patrick's Mental Health Services, Ireland's largest, independent, not-for-profit mental health service.

St Patrick’s Mental Health Services provides community and outpatient care through its Dean Clinics and day patient services through its Wellness & Recovery Centre. It provides inpatient care through its three approved centres: St Patrick’s University Hospital (241 beds), St Patrick's, Lucan (52 beds) and Willow Grove Adolescent Unit (14 beds).

Our vision is to see a society where all citizens are empowered and given the opportunity to live mentally healthy lives. We aspire to provide the highest quality of mental healthcare, to promote mental health and to advocate for the rights of those who experience mental health difficulties.

St Patrick’s Mental Health Services is a registered charity. Charity Registration Number (CRN): CHY 209

Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick’s Cathedral and noted author, founded St Patrick’s Hospital over 270 years ago.

Now known as St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, the hospital is driven by the same vision, energy and determination first demonstrated by Dean Swift in 1746.

We aspire to be a recognised leader in the following;

  • The provision of quality mental healthcare
  • The promotion of mental health awareness
  • The protection of the rights and integrity of those experiencing mental health difficulties

Support and Information

Take your first step by making a call: speak to a mental health professional today

01 249 3333 info@stpatsmail.com

Referral and Assessment Service

Referral and Assessment Service: contact us for queries regarding referrals to our service

01 249 3635