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Bronntanas LGBTQI Mental Health and Wellbeing
Bronntanas LGBTQI is a non-for-profit social enterprise. They aim to support positive social change by enabling safe, non-judgemental psychotherapeutic relationships for the wellbeing of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex and Asexual people and their families.
4 South Terrace, Cork
We provide information, support and resources for the gay, bi, queer and trans community. From our community centre in Cork we provide a range of resources including free condoms and lube, LGBT books, magazines and DVDs, LGBT and general health leaflets – we also provide support by phone and email. The centre is open Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12 – 3pm for resources and info and every evening for events
11a While Street, Cork
Monday to Wednesday 11am to 3pm and Thurs 11am to 8pm
LINC is a resource centre in Cork city for Lesbian and bisexual women. We run a full programme of activities and have other supports based in the center such as an alcohol and drugs support group. Please check out our website for full details.
Hospital 5, St. James’s Hospital, James’s Street, Dublin 8
The GUIDE Clinic, Dublin, is the largest, free STI, HIV and Infectious Disease service in Ireland. Our mission is to provide an excellent service to patients with HIV, Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) and Infectious Diseases, including International Health. We are a highly trained team of specialists committed to ongoing research, teaching, continuous development and improvement of our service.
First Out Peer Support Group for LGB Women
The groups meet at 7.30pm on the first Thursday of each month, in Outhouse, 105 Capel Street, Dublin 1.
T 085 8764519 o rphone the Helpline on 1890 929 539
First Out is a peer support group for women, of all ages, who are questioning their sexuality or considering ‘coming out’.
Gay Men’s Health Service
Free sexual health services for MSM and trans people
Married Men’s Group
Carmichael Centre, Brunswick Street, Dublin 7
T 01 872 1055
The Married Men’s Group is for men who are, or have been, in a marriage or long term relationship with a woman and who identity as gay, bisexual or interested in men. The group meets once a month and offers a safe space for men to talk openly and confidentially and share similar experiences with other men.
Married Women’s Peer Support Group
Is a Peer Support group for women who are, or have been, in an opposite sex marriage or long term relationship. The peer support group offers a safe space for women to talk openly and confidentially with other women about similar experiences.
105 Capel Street, Dublin
Outhouse is a resource and community centre for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities in Dublin. Outhouse has come about through the efforts of people who have been working since 1994 to provide a focal point for our communities.
Straight Spouses Peer Support Group
LGBT Ireland also runs peer support groups for people who are, or have been, married or in a long term heterosexual relationship with someone who has disclosed that they now identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or who are questioning their sexuality or gender identity. The peer support group offers a safe space for individuals to talk openly and confidentially with other individuals who are going through a similar experience.
First Out Group for Gay and Bisexual Men
T 085 876 4519 or phone the Helpline on 1890 929 539
Peer support group for adult men of all ages who are at the early stages of coming out as gay or bisexual and are struggling with this or men who would just like to connect with their peers who are at a similar stage. The group is facilitated by experienced helpline volunteers but there are no agendas and is member focused. Meets first Thursday of every month, 7-9pm
Teach Solais LGBT+ Resource Centre
Teach Solais is a LGBT Resource Centre Provided by AMACH! LGBT situated in Galway city centre for all of Galway’s LGBT community, families, friends and the wider community, making Galway a more socially-inclusive place. It is a safe, accessible environment to combat the effects of isolation, homophobia and transphobia on the overall health and well–being for LGBT people and their families. It will serve as a drop-in location for the LGBT community, the wider community and those visiting our City.
WinK (LGBT Women in Kerry) Meetup
A group for women who identify as Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, Genderqueer and their LGBTQI friends.
Trans Kerry Support Group
A Group aiming to provide community and support for the trans and non-binary communities in the South-West. The group is open to those aged 18+.
GOSHH – Gender Orientation Sexual Health HIV
Redwood Place, 18 Davis Street, Limerick
GOSHH is a charity which provides a safe, confidential, welcoming environment for everyone they work with. Their office is based in Limerick City and they work throughout the Counties of Limerick, Clare, and North Tipperary. They focus on the promotion of equality and wellbeing of all with a positive and respectful approach to sexual orientation and gender diversity.
8 Roden Place, Dundalk
Dundalk Outcomers are a social and support group for Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual people in the north east of Ireland. If you would like to speak in confidence to us our volunteer run LGB helpline is open from 8 to 10pm on Thursday evening. We also offer a befriending service. If you would like to meet with two of our volunteers to talk in person, or to join our group please call us. Dundalk Outcomers Helpline is a member of LGBT Ireland.
c/o Le Cheile Family Resource Centre,
10 Tucker Street
OUTWEST is a social and support group for Gay men, Lesbian women and Bisexual people in the West of Ireland. They hold meetings every month, and discos
LGBT+ Health South Tipperary
Offering support, information, confidentiality, and safe spaces in a welcoming environment. Training and social activities. Focusing on health and well being. LGBT+Support groups and one to one support available.
Bi+ Ireland aims to create a space where bi+ people can make friends, access peer support and reduce any isolation they may experience. We aim to increase the visibility and presence of bi+ people in Ireland and to create diverse, vibrant and welcoming communities.
Irish Trans Student Alliance (ITSA)
The Irish Trans Students Alliance exists to support trans people in Ireland who are either between 18 and 30 or a student in Third Level education. ITSA has always been an organisation of peers, working together to support and educate each other.
This site was voluntarily constructed and independently maintained by and for members of the Travelling and Roma community, for it’s Gay, Lesbian, Transgender and Questioning members.
If you are struggling to come to terms with your sexuality, are looking for information on the location of support groups, or just general help and advice on sexual health, or how to deal and report homophobic bullying or behaviour, then look no further.