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Services And Groups


Local Employment Service (LES)

Support service developed to meet the needs of people who are unemployed and in receipt of a Social Welfare Payment.  The LES will help the jobseeker to take practical steps toward getting a job by providing access to a range of employment, training and education opportunities.  You will get help with C.V. preparation, job application letters, interview preparation and advice regarding C.E. schemes.

Please contact: Annie Dalton on 051 649516 or call into our offices in the Nano Nagle Community Resource Centre, Carrick-on-Suir.

MABS (Money Advice and Budgeting Service)

South Tipp MABS outreach Service is free, Independent and Confidential.
Open 3 days a week in the Centre.

Phone 0761 072 810 to arrange an appointment.

Our professional Money Advisor is there to help you deal with depts. Budgeting, assist home owners with mortgage arrears, assist with income maximisation, negotiate with creditors on your behalf to arrange affordable repayments.

Citizens Information Service

Tues. 11.00 – 1.00 pm

Call 0761 076460 for more details

Play Therapist

Cindy Wagner


tel 0834586496

email cdywagner@gmail.com

Youth Mental Health

Adolescent Counselling & Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. Age between 12-24.


Shana: tel 0831228934

Counsellor / Psychotherapist


Martina: tel 0874643116

Cuan Saor

Free and confidential service for women who are (or have) experienced Domestic Violence available in the Centre.

Call 1800 576 767 for appointment.

Rape Crisis Service

Call 1800 340 340 for more details

Free Counselling

Service available from trainee counsellors in the final stages of their qualifications, one to one counselling provided


Active Retirement Club

Fortnightly meetings, plus outings, holidays and speakers. Resident musicians, chat tea, tai chi, exercise classes and so much more.

New members are always welcome

Irish Wheelchair Association

Has a range of activities they run weekly.  Anyone with a physical disability is welcome to join.

Contact Josephine on 062 52744

Meetings every Friday 10.00 – 3.00

Al Anon

Support group for families affected by alcohol abuse.

Meetings on Wednesdays 8.00-10.00 pm

Family Carers Ireland

A Carers Support Group meets on the second Tuesday of every month.

Contact Richie Molloy in Clonmel on 052 6170454

Civil Defence

Training in First A id &  Rescue.

Thursday evenings 8-10pm.

Parent and Toddler Group

Lots of great toys, stories, activities & fun. Come along for a chat and play.

Every Tuesday 10.00am – 11-30am

Folk Group/Choir

St Christopher’s Folk Group and The Suir Valley Folk Group meet weekly in the Centre

Women’s Group

Social group meet for a chat and tea, take part in activities, courses, days out.

Meeting every Wednesday 10.30-12:00


Darkness Into Light Carrick on Suir
St Brigids Hospital

Tel: 051 640025

Garda Station Carrick on Suir

Tel: 051 640024

Local Councillors
Carrick River Rescue
Meals Assistance Service
Camphill Carrick

Tel: 051 642055

Lions Club Carrick on Suir
Alcoholics Anonymous (Carrick-on-Suir)
Carrick-on-Suir Active Retirement Association
Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Eireann (Carrick)
Carrick-on-Suir Social Services Community Hall Greenside
Carrick-on-Suir: Day Centre for the Elderly Pill Road


Day Care Services

Tel: 051 640085

Suir Valley Community based drugs initiative

Tel: 0879827669

Tipperary Info Family Support Services
Caredoc (South East Region)
Conradh Na Gaeilge
Substance Misuse Service HSE South East Region


South Tipperary General Hospital Clonmel
University Hospital Waterford

Tel: 051848000

Whitfield Clinic

Tel: 051337401

Air Ambulance

Tel: 016 917800


Parent line

Tel: 016 917800

1life Suicide National Helpline
Aware (depression support)
Farm & Rural Stress Helpline
Jigsaw – National Centre for Youth Mental Health
Reachout – Online Youth Mental Healt service
Grow – Nurtures mental Health
Irish Advocacy Network (IAN) – Info, support & choice- for people with mental health & wellbeing issues
Mental Health Ireland