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Helplines for Louth

ALONE’s Coronavirus Helpline for Older People: 0818 222 024 (between 8am – 8pm)

Senior Line Coronavirus Free phone Helpline for Older People:  1800 804 591 (between 10am – 10pm)

Health Service Executive Live can be contacted on: 1850 24 1850

                                                      GARDA STATIONS COUNTY LOUTH

Dundalk Ardee Drogheda Blackrock Dunleer
(042) 938 8400 (041) 687 1130 (041) 987 4200   (042) 932 2194   (041) 685 1202  

                                                   PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES COUNTY LOUTH                                                

Louth Community Services Dundalk Primary Healthcare HSE Boyne Primary Care Centre Health Centre Ravensdale Ballsgrove Health Centre
(042) 933 2287 (042) 682 0000   (041) 980 9500 (042) 937 1325   (041) 987 0100  

HOSPITALS COUNTY LOUTH

Louth County Hospital Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital Drogheda St Brigid’s Hospital
(042) 933 4701 (041) 983 7601 (041) 685 3264

Women’s Aid Dundalk   Women’s Aid Drogheda   St Vincent de Paul  Louth   Samaritans Alcoholics Anonymous
(042) 933 3244   (041) 984 4550   1800 677 777 Info.northeast@svp.ie 116 123 FREE 24 hr. number 018 420 700 08527000 – out of hours number

Pieta House Teen-Line Ireland Aware Defeat Depression Rape Crisis North East
1800 247 247 Text ‘HELP’ to 51444 1800 833 634 Text ‘Teen’ to 50015 1800 80 48 48   1800 212 122 Mon-Fri 10am – 4pm

Childline National Helpline Traveller Community Roma Community Helpline Flexi Bus Local Link LMF
FREE 1800 6666 Text 50101 www.childline.ie 083 1006 300 Monday – Sunday 9.00am -9.00pm 087 1264 606 Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5.00pm 1800 303 707

SOSAD Ireland Money Advice & Budgeting Service (MABS) Dundalk Counselling Service AMEN Abuse against Men
(042) 932 7311 24hr 0761 07 2000 (042) 933 8333 (046) 902 3718

Louth Community Response Forum

Helpline: 1800 805 817  

TUSLA - Service update for Louth

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