We provide information and counselling for women with an unplanned pregnancy living in Ireland. We offer practical non judgemental advice for women considering having an abortion. The type of abortion procedure depends on how far a pregnancy has progressed.
Acquired Brain Injury Ireland
Established in 2000, Acquired Brain Injury Ireland [formerly The Peter Bradley Foundation] is Irelands leading provider of flexible and tailor-made services for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI).
Acupuncture Council of Ireland
The ACI is the only large Independent Professional Register of Acupuncturists in Ireland set up under the auspices of the Department of Health and Children. All our members are interviewed and their qualifications and insurance verified before becomming members of the ACI.
Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association
The Acupuncture Foundation Professional Association (AFPA) is the longest established Independent professional register of acupuncturists and practitioners of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Ireland.
Alexander Technique Centre
The Alexander Technique Centre was established in 1998 in Galway by Richard Brennan. Richard offers individual lessons here, and directs a three year Alexander Technique Teacher Training Course leading to a professional certificate, the only such training course in Ireland.
One of the most experienced psychotherapists in the south east of Ireland, Alice McLoughlin has been working in the field for more than 25 years. Treatments Available at Slainte Centre, Curracloe, Co. Wexford
Allen Carr Stop Smoking Ireland
Allen Carr Stop Smoking Ireland helps people with nicotine addiction to quit smoking the easy way. Learn how you can give up smoking with one of our programmes book a clinic on-line today
Alliance Victim Support Group
Support for those who have suffered abuse as children, particularly in Irish Residential Institutions. Inludes an active community section.
Confidential advice line for MEN in violent relationships. For male victims of domestic violence in Ireland
ASH Ireland - Action on Smoking and Health
ASH Ireland is focused on reducing the impact of tobacco use in Irish society. Approximately 5,500 Irish citizens die each year from the effects of tobacco related diseases and ASH Ireland is determined to reduce this staggering statistic.