St Patrick’s Mental Health Services is committed to ensuring that those who experience mental health difficulties receive the best opportunity to take steps to recover and live fulfilled lives and that, right across the community, people are educated and empowered to live mentally healthy lives.
Your GP will know and understand your physical and mental health history, so this is the first person we recommend you talk to. Together with your GP, you can decide on a course of action that best suits your needs.
If you’re worried about your mental health, talking about your concerns can often clarify and give perspective on things. Confide in a friend or family member, or contact our confidential Support and Information Service by phoning 01 249 3333 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Our mental health nurses are on hand to advise you of your best options and give you the assurance that you email@example.com
Get informed about your mental health. Walk in My Shoes is St Patrick’s Mental Health Services’ awareness and education campaign. It provides information and free downloadable resources to schools, colleges and communities throughout Ireland.Walk In My Shoes
St Patrick’s Mental Health Services is Ireland’s largest independent not-for-profit mental health service provider. Working from our main location at James’ Street Dublin, and from a number of other centres and clinics in Dublin and around the country, we have developed a strong reputation for the provision of the highest quality mental healthcare. Our services are grounded in a human rights, recovery ethos, empowering service users to control and guide their own treatment and mental healthcare.
You can find information about our services here.