Room 3125, Arts Building, Trinity College,
Dublin 2. Tel. 01-6081240
Provides a service to teachers, parents and others seeking information and advice about bullying
Christchurch Square, Dublin 8.
Barnardo's is an organisation working to improve the quality of children's lives by providing a range of services to children and their
Provides services for victims of abuse and non abusing members of their families.
Tel: 1-800 666 666
This is a service run by the ISPCC for any child in trouble or danger.
COOL SCHOOL PROGRAMME
Tel: 041-9067040/ 041-9843646
The Cool School Anti-Bullying Programme was developed within the North Eastern Health Board's Child Psychiatry Service. It is an Anti-Bullying programme and support service targeted at second level schools and specifically tailored to the Irish context.
DISABILITY FEDERATION OF IRELAND
Fumbally Court, Fumbally Lane, Dublin 8.
Disability Federation of Ireland (DFI) is the national support organisation and advocate for voluntary organisations in Ireland who provide services to people with disabilities and disabling conditions.
GARDA-DOMESTIC VIOLENCE & SEXUAL ASSAULT INVESTIGATION UNIT
Tel. 01-6663435/ 01-6663358/9
This unit provides a service to the public by way of information and advice. It monitors and oversees all cases of child abuse, sexual assault, domestic violence and rape nationwide.
HEALTH SERVICE EXECUTIVE
If you have concerns about the welfare of a child or if you have concerns that a child is at risk of abuse you should contact your local duty social worker.
their website (www.hse.ie) has links to local contact details around the country.
20 Molesworth Street, Dublin 2.
Tel: 01-679 4944
The I.S.P.C.C. is a child protecting, child centred society which has as its primary aim the protection of every child's right to a safe passage through childhood.
NATIONAL EDUCATION WELFARE BOARD
Head Office: 16 - 22 Green Street, Dublin 7. Tel: 01 873 8700 Fax: 01 873 8799
The National Educational Welfare Board (NEWB) was established in 2002 and has a statutory function to ensure that every child either attends a school or
otherwise receives an education. In particular, the Board has a key role in following up on children who are not attending school regularly, and where there
is a concern about the child’s educational welfare.
NATIONAL PARENTS’ COUNCIL (PRIMARY).
12 Marlboro Court, Dublin 1.
NPC represents the view of parents on all important educational bodies.
ONE IN FOUR
2 Holles Street, Dublin. Tel. 01-6624070
One in Four offers a voice to and support to men and women who have experienced sexual abuse and/or sexual violence and also to their family and friends.
Tel. 01-873 3500
Provides a phone line which offers support and advice to parents particularly in times of stress.
RAPE CRISIS CENTRES
The Rape Crisis Centres offer counselling and advice to victims of rape and sexual assault.
Halliday House, 32 Arran Quay, Dublin 2.
Victim Support helps people come to terms with the experience of being a victim of crime. It offers advice, help, support or a sympathetic ear to anyone affected by a crime.
WALK TALL PROGRAMME
The Walk Tall Programme is designed to give primary school children the confidence, skills and knowledge to make healthy choices, particularly in relation to legal and illegal drugs and to prevent the misuae of substances.
Dublin City University, Dublin 9
provides parents, teachers and children with educational resources,
advice and tools promoting safer more effective use of internet and
mobile phone technologies