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If you’re an LGBT+ person in need of help in Ireland, consider calling/into your local support group. Remember: it’s okay not to be okay and asking for help is a sign of strength.
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.
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
First Out is a peer support group for women, of all ages, who are questioning their sexuality or considering ‘coming out’.
Married Mens Group.
Outhouse, Capel Street
First Thursday each month. 7pm-9pm
T 01-872 1055
The Married Mens Group is for men who are, or have been, in an opposite sex marriage or long term relationship with a woman. The peer support group 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 women and men who are, or have been, married (or in a long term heterosexual relationship) whose spouse / partner have disclosed that they now identify as 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 men and women who are going through a similar experience.
First Out Group for LGBT people
Teach Solais LGBT+ Resource Centre, Merchants Road, Galway
T Contact the helpline number 1890 929539 for more information
Peer support group for people who are exploring their sexuality or gender identity. The group is peer led and facilitated by experienced helpline volunteers.
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.
Red Ribbon Project
Redwood Place, 18 Davis Street, Limerick
Rainbow at Red Ribbon Project provides consultation, workshops, and training. RRP works in supporting the LGBT community in the Mid – West region, covering Limerick City, Limerick County, County Clare and North Tipperary.
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.