Helpline 021-4211 757
Monday – Friday : 10am – 4pm
Women can call the helpline during these hours and can also use it to make individual appointments to meet in our Centre. We provide non-judgmental support, discuss options and provide information to women to help them decide what is best for them in their situation.
We can also arrange :
Individual appointments for women to meet with us and discuss their options in person.
To do this contact the Helpline on 021-4211 757
We have a facilitated support group on the first and third Wednesday of each month,
Wednesday mornings from 10.30am – 12.30pm
throughout the year. Two trained facilitators run the group. The support groups provide a safe, supportive and confidential environment for women.
This service includes accompanying women to: Court, Garda Stations, Mediation and Solicitors. We also visit women who are in hospital because of domestic violence. When accompaniment is requested two volunteers will arrange to meet the woman on the day in plenty of time beforehand and remain with her for some time afterwards. The duration of court accompaniment work is very unpredictable; in our experience it is never less then three hours but can often take up to six to seven hours. The demand for this service remains constant over the year.
Mná Feasa work with young people in Transition Year in secondary education to raise awareness of relationships, coercive control and domestic violence and to help break the cycle of continued abuse. It is delivered to both male and female students. Although the schools programme is currently suspended, please let us know if you are interested in having us come to speak with your students and to find out more about our future plans.
Please contact us for more details on : Helpline 021-4211 757