Dublin

Below are the SAFE Ireland members in Dublin. Please scroll down and click on the name for details of each member…

SAFE Ireland Members in Dublin

Aoibhneas Women's Refuge

Aoibhneas Women’s Refuge

County: Dublin
Tel:
01 867 0805
Helpline:
 01 867 0805 (24 hour service)
Fax:
01 867 0806
Email:
manager@aoibhneas.org
Website: www.aoibhneas.org
Access Hours:
24 hour service, open 365 days

Ethos/Main Aims of Organisation:

Aoibhneas Women’s Refuge is committed to providing secure crisis accommodation, relevant information, emotional support, counseling and an outreach service to all women and children residents and callers to the helpline as required. The refuge promotes a philosophy of empowerment, unconditional respect, sensitivity and strict confidentiality viv a vis both residents and callers at all times.

The refuge houses 10 purpose-built family units with their own kitchen and bathroom; a children’s playroom; a large kitchen and dining area and a communal lounge.

Services currently available at the refuge include the provision of emotional support; advice on practical considerations such as legal, housing and welfare issues; referrals to outside agencies; and counseling from qualified and accredited practitioners. Aoibhneas also employs an outreach worker to provide support to women and their children once they move on from refuge.

Services Provided:

  • Emergency Accommodation/24 Hour Refuge
  • Information
  • Emotional Support
  • Safety Supports
  • Practical Support
  • Child Related supports
  • Court and Other Accompaniment
  • Advocacy
  • Counseling and Referral
  • Outreach and Aftercare Services
  • Children Services
  • 24 hour Helpline

 

Dublin 12 Domestic Violence Service

Dublin 12 Domestic Violence Service

County: Dublin
Tel/Helpline:
01 400 2080 or 01 4002085
Email:
admin@d12dvs.ie
Website: www.d12dvs.ie
Access Hours:
9.30am to 1.30pm Monday to Friday

Mission Statement:

To offer a first step to support women who may be experiencing violence in their home

Aims:

  • To deal with the issue of violence in the home
  • To provide a safe, confidential space to enable people to break the silence of violence and oppression
  • To provide information
  • To offer confidential non-judgmental support, advice and guidance

Main Services Provided:

  • Information
  • Emotional Support
  • Safety Supports
  • Practical Support
  • Child Related supports
  • Court and Other Accompaniment
  • Advocacy
  • Counseling and Referral
  • Outreach
  • Confidential Helpline
  • Education/awareness raising

Inchicore Outreach Centre

Inchicore Outreach Centre

County: Dublin
Tel: 01 454 5239
Email: inch.outreach@hotmail.com
Access Hours: 9.00am to 5.00pm Monday to Friday

Main Services Provided:

  • Information
  • Emotional Support
  • Safety Supports
  • Practical Support
  • Child Related supports
  • Court and Other Accompaniment
  • Advocacy
  • Counseling and Referral
  • Outreach
  • Support Groups

 

Saoirse Women's Refuge

Saoirse Women’s Refuge

County: Dublin (Tallaght)
Admin Tel:
01 – 4630400
Helpline:
01 463 0000 (24 hours)
Fax:
01 4523627
Email:
admin@saoirsewomensrefuge.ie
Website:
www.saoirsewomensrefuge.ie
Access Hours:
24 hour service, open 365 days

Ethos/Main Aim:

To provide emergency accommodation and a local specialist information service to women who experience domestic violence. To build a purpose designed women’s refuge for Dublin South West.

Main Services Provided:

  • Emergency Accommodation/24 hour Refuge
  • Information
  • Emotional Support
  • Safety Supports
  • Practical Support
  • Child Related supports
  • Court and Other Accompaniment
  • Advocacy
  • Counseling and Referral
  • Aftercare
  • Outreach
  • 24 hour Helpline
  • Childrens Services

Sonas Domestic Violence Charity

Sonas Domestic Violence Charity

Sonas offers support, refuge and housing to women and children made homeless because of domestic and gender-based violence.

The Sonas mission statement is:
….to provide high quality housing support and refuge services to women and children affected by domestic violence, empowering them to regain control over all aspects of their lives.

Ethos /Main Aims of organisation:

  • Maximise women and children’s safety
  • Empower women to move from crisis to safety and independence through the provision of quality services
  • Advocate for the rights of women and children at an individual, institutional and policy level
  • Provide a woman- and child-centred approach that recognises the diverse needs and experieinces of service users
  • Apply an evidence-based and outcome-focused approach to all elements of our work.

The main areas of support are the following:

  • Dealing with the aftermath of domestic violence
  • Risk assessment and safety planning
  • Building self-confidence and assertiveness
  • Addiction issues
  • Mental and physical health
  • General well being and personal development
  • Education and employment
  • Advocacy
  • Housing and tenancy sustainment
  • Finance
  • Help with legal issues, i.e. barring orders
  • Accompaniment, i.e. to courts, health professionals, etc
  • Information on social welfare entitlements

Services Provided by Sonas Domestic Violence Charity:

  • Supported Housing
  • Children’s Services
  • Court Accompaniment
  • Refuge / Emergency Accommodation
  • Outreach
  • Visiting Support Service
  • Housing Management

The contact details for Sonas Domestic Violence Charity are:

The contact details for Sonas Refuge are:

01 8662015 and the email is refuge@sonasdomesticabuse.ie

For Advice, Outreach and Court Accompaniment, contact 087 952 5217

 

 

Women's Aid

Women’s Aid

County: Dublin
Tel:
01 678 8858
Helpline:
1800 341 900 (24 hours, 7 days a week, including Christmas Day)
Email:
info@womensaid.ie
Website:
www.womensaid.ie
Access Hours:
24 hours, 7 days a week

Ethos/Main Aims of Organisation:

Women’s Aid provides direct support services and information to women experiencing male violence and abuse. This work underpins and informs all other goals and actions of the organisation. We are also a feminist, political and campaigning organisation committed to the elimination of violence and abuse of women through effecting political, cultural and social change. Women’s Aid works from the principles of empowerment, collective action, self-help and mutual aid, inclusion and equality. Women’s Aid recognises the diversity of women’s lives and aims to be accessible to all women.

Services Provided:

  • National Freephone Helpline, open 24/7 including Christmas Day: free, confidential service accessible throughout Ireland
  • Information
  • Emotional Support
  • Safety Supports
  • Practical Support
  • Child Related supports
  • Referral
  • Court and Other Accompaniment
  • Text and fax service available to deaf women, Text: 087 959 7980 (strictly for text use by deaf women) Fax: 01 868 4721
  • Outreach
  • Training for Statutory and Voluntary Agencies
  • Awareness Raising

Southside Addressing Violence Effectively (SAVE/Freeda Outreach Service)

Southside Addressing Violence Effectively (SAVE)

County: Dublin
Tel: 01 7060104 or 01 2090610
Email: daniela.naab@sspship.ie
Website: To be developed

Ethos/Main Aims:

SAVE is an interagency initiative which aims:

  • To develop a comprehensive response to domestic violence
  • To provide an outreach service to women experiencing or who have experienced domestic violence
  • To establish and maintain effective links with agencies working on behalf of all women at risk to domestic violence which reflects the diversity of all women in a culturally sensitive way
  • To find ways to respond more effectively to women and children who are experiencing DV by improving the working relationships between all agencies and community groups
  • To raise public awareness of the effects of DV on our community.

Freeda Outreach Service

Innovative/Solution Focused Approach

 

County: Dublin

Tel: 087 918 5842

Appointments Monday-Wednesday (9.30am-4.30pm)

 

Ethos/Main Aims:

To provide a specialised support service to women experiencing or who have experienced domestic abuse living in the Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown area.

Services provided:

  • Crisis Management
  • Stress Management
  • Emotional/Practical Support
  • Risk Assessment
  • Safety Planning (Court Accompaniment, Safe Exit Plan, Keeping Safe (In the relationship)
  • Relapse Prevention (Not Going Back)
  • Repower Programe (Building Self-Esteem, Further Education)
  • SAVE (Counselling Service)
  • Raising Awareness in the DLR area (Campaigns, Talks, Radio and local Papers)
  • Freeda is funded by Southside Partnership DLR and supported by SAVE (Southside Addressing Violence Effectively) and Women4Women

 


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