St. Joseph’s Church, Mountmellick

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Saturday Vigil: 7.30pm
Sunday: 11.00am
Weekdays: Mon, Wed & Friday 10.00am
Tuesday and Thursday: 7.30pm

Holy Days: 11.00am & 7.30pm.

about St. Joseph’s Church, Mountmellick

St. Mary’s Church, Clonaghadoo

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Sunday: 9.00am
First Friday: 8.00pm


about St. Mary’s Church, Clonaghadoo

Important Numbers & Helplines

An Garda Síochána, Mountmellick
057 862 4140

Accord – Marriage Help
057 866 1581 Office Hours 10am to 5pm.

Dr. S. Lynch / Dr. D.Windsor McGlynn, An Lialann, College Ave.
057 862 4299

Dr. Vivek.  Glenard Clinic,  Connolly St.  057 – 8624340

Alcoholics Anonymous
Tel: (01) 453 8998


Gamblers Anonymous
Tel: (01) 872 1133

Narcotics Anonymous
Tel: (01)672 8000

10am- 10pm 7 days a week Providing support and assistance to people whose lives are affected by depression.
Tel: 1890 303 302

Supporting and helping people bereaved through suicide.
Tel: 1800 201 890

Irish Sudden Infant Death Association
Offers support to families bereaved by Sudden Infant Death and others affected by it.
Tel: 1850 391 391

A peer-support programme to assist children, youth and adults who are grieving a death, separation or other painful transition in their family.
Tel: (01) 473 4175

St Vincent de Paul Society
Tel: (01) 838 6990

It’s Your Money
Independent information on financial products and services to help you make financial decisions.

Age Action
Age Action Ireland is the national independent organisation on ageing and older people.
Tel: (01) 475 6989

Alzheimer Society of Ireland
Offering direct access to practical information and emotional support for people with dementia, their carers, families and friends.
Tel: 1800 341 341

Support for people affected by eating disorders.
Tel: 1890 200 444

Carers Association of Ireland
Tel: 1800 240 724

Irish Cancer Society
Tel: 1800 200 700

Irish Patients Association
Tel: (01) 272 2555

Works with carers, families and individuals affected by Acquired Brain Injury.
Tel: 1890 200 278

Mental Health Ireland
Promoting positive mental health and actively supporting persons with a mental illness, their families and carers.

National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church in Ireland
Tel: (01) 505 3018

Faoiseamh Helpline
Faoiseamh is an organisation which provides telephone counselling and a counselling and psychotherapy referral service for people who have been sexually, physically, or emotionally abused by priests or religious. Our aim is to ensure that the people who contact us receive the best possible help and support in dealing with the events of the past.

Free access to a helpline staffed by experienced Telephone Counsellors. This operates on Mondays and Wednesdays from 11.00 am – 8.00 pm, and on Fridays from 11.00 am to 4.00 pm.
Tel: 1800 331 234

Connect is a free phone counselling service for any adult who has experienced abuse, trauma or neglect in childhood. The service is also available to partners or relatives of people with these experiences. With Connect you can talk in confidence with a trained counsellor who can listen or help with questions you have.

Connect is an out of hours service available Wednesday to Sunday, from 6-10pm.
Tel: 1800 235 235

National Counselling Service
The HSE National Counselling Service (NCS) is for adults who were abused in childhood and was established in September 2000 in response to the recognition that a large number of adults had been abused as children while in care in State institutions in Ireland. The NCS offers confidential face to face counselling, free of charge, to adults who experienced physical, emotional, sexual abuse or neglect during childhood. Counselling is available at 60 locations throughout Ireland.
Tel: 1800 235 234

Providing confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.
Tel: 1850 609 090
Email: [email protected]

Turning the Tide of Suicide
Founded to raise awareness and funding to lower the suicide rates in Ireland through dedicated research, educational support and intervention in the problem of suicide in Ireland.

National Office for Suicide Prevention

Irish Association of Suicidology
The IAS set out to be a forum for all individuals and voluntary groups involved in any aspect of suicidology for the exchange of knowledge gained from differing perspectives and experiences.

Pieta House
Pieta House offers a specialised treatment programme for people who have suicidal ideation or who participate in self-harming behaviours. In particular, this centre targets people who have already attempted to take their lives – often the forgotten people. This service is free of charge, but donations are welcome. The specialized treatment programme offers a comprehensive service aimed at individuals and their families who are affected by:

  • Multiple suicidal attempts
  • Suicidal ideation
  • Continuous self-harming behaviours

Pieta House is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9.00am – 8.00pm, Tuesdays, Fridays 9.00am – 5.00pm, Saturday 10am-2pm on Sunday on Call service 10.00am – 2.00pm
Tel: (01) 601 0000

Spunout aims to guide young people through life with quality information, support and inspiration as well as providing a platform for young people to express their opinions, realise that they are not alone and get heard.

Childline is 24-hour service for children and young people up to 18 years.
Tel: 1800 666 666

Sometimes we can let things pile on top of us, it can be hard to figure a way out, talking may seem scary, but it helps when there’s someone there to really listen.
Tel: 1800 833 634

Barnardos supports children and families through providing a number of direct family support services located throughout the country.
Tel: 1850 222 300

Support, guidance and information on all aspects of being a parent.
Tel: 1890 927 277