Student Welfare Supports Dublin

Student Welfare Supports Dublin

Student Welfare Supports Dublin: Support agency contacts for students who encounter emergency situations or hardships.
This list is not complete, and if you see a support missing, please let us know.
With any issue that arrises, please feel free to talk to anyone from the students support team and we will do everything we can to help and support you.

Mental Health Support


Samaritans services are available 24 hours a day, for confidential, non-judgmental support.

☎️Freephone 116 123 any time.



Information, support and peer groups for people experiencing anxiety, mild to moderate depression, bipolar disorder and mood-related conditions. Support also for friends and family members.

☎️Freephone 1800 80 48 48, 10am to 10pm every day



Free individual counselling, therapy and support for people who self-harm or are thinking about suicide and people who have been bereaved by suicide.

☎️Freephone 1800 247 247, any time

☎️Text HELP to 51444 – standard message rates apply


Services for adults and young people with eating disorders, and their families. Services include email and helpline support, online chat support groups for various groups, virtual video support groups and family programmes

☎️Phone 01 2107906 – Monday, Wednesday and Sunday from 7.30pm to 9.30pm, and Saturday from 10.30am to 12.30pm


LGBT Ireland

Phone or online support for the LGBTI+ community – by phone, instant messaging or at peer support groups.

☎️Freephone 1800 929 539 – Monday to Thursday 6.30pm to 10pm, Friday 4pm to 10pm, Saturday and Sunday 4pm to 6pm

☎️Transgender Family Support Line 01 907 3707


Housing Welfare Supports Dublin


Give free advice and guidance to those experiencing rental problems in Ireland.

☎️ Freephone 1800 454 454

Residential Tenancies Board 

An independent public body that works to resolve housing and tenancy disputes. 

☎️0818 30 30 37 

☎️01 702 8100

Rape crisis

The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre

Provides support to those who have experienced rape or sexual violence. 

☎️ Helpline: 1800 77 8888

☎️ Office: +35316614911


Rape Crisis Network Ireland 

Provides counselling and other support services to those who have experienced sexual violence

Garda (police) info

Emergency Numbers 

Please call either of these numbers if you have an emergency that needs to be dealt with immediately. These numbers are for police and ambulance services.



Garda (police) Student Welfare Supports Dublin

Specifically provides welfare supports for international students and tourists. Provides assistance to those who have been a victim of a crime in Dublin. Staff members speak several languages.

☎️+353(0)1 666 93 54


Irish Tourist Assistance Service,

Pearse Street Garda Station,

Pearse Street,

Dublin 2, D02 W289 

Irish Tourist Assistance Service,

Head Office ,

 6-7 Hanover Street East,

Dublin 2, D02 W320 

Garda National Immigration Bureau

13/14 Burgh Quay, Dublin 2, D02 XK70 

☎️ +353 1 666 9100/1 


Everest’s Local Garda Station 

1-6 Pearse Street

Dublin 2

☎️(01) 6669000

Work Issues

Workplace Relations Commission

Provides a place to lodge complaints about employers, workplace issues etc. 

☎️059 9178990

Domestic Violence

Women’s aid

Women’s Aid is a national, feminist organisation working to prevent and address the impact of domestic violence and abuse.

☎️ 1800 341 900

This list of Student Welfare Supports Dublin, is not exhaustive. We have tried to include the most important wel

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