Mental health

There is no health without mental health. Here at St Patrick's Mental Health Services, we have been looking after the mental wellbeing of Ireland for over 270 years.

Having access to the facts that will help you understand your mental health can play a key part in your road to recovery.

We have up-to-date information available below on a range of mental health issues, including addiction and dual diagnosis, anxiety, bipolar disorder, depression, eating disorders, personality disorder, schizophrenia and psychosis, and mental health difficulties in young adults. 

If you are receiving care in St Patrick's University Hospital, you can also drop into our Information Centre, where we have a range of books and booklets relating to all aspects of mental health.

For more information on mental health and our services, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.


For general queries, please call us. For more on mental health and our services, see our frequently asked questions (FAQs).

01 249 3200 See our FAQs


Contact Referral and Assessment Service for queries regarding referrals to our services.

01 249 3635 See more from our referrals team