Last updated: 25-3-2021
If you, or someone you know is in crisis and needs urgent support, please contact:
- Your GP/Mental Health Team
- Pieta House 1800 247 247
- Emergency Services 999 or 112
- The Samaritans 116 123
What is the young person’s well-being phone support?
The well-being phone support is a pilot project that seeks to deliver Psychosocial support to young people impacted by Covid19 and the ramifications on mental health caused by Covid19. It was identified by Clondalkin Mental Health sub-group that there is an urgent need amongst young people aged 18-24yrs old for support. This is not a crises service nor a therapy session but rather a service developed for young people in the South Dublin area with a focus on created a well-being plan to improve their quality of life. The well-being phone support worker will provide evidenced based Mental Health education, information, support, activities and opportunities for young people with a health, care or support need. We are passionate about supporting and empowering people so that they can maintain their independence, health, wellbeing and create a meaningful and active life that they want. This service is operating under limited funding and is subject to review after a period not exceeding 3 months. We would encourage service users to read the terms of service fully
Before using or accessing this service. By accessing or using the Service you agree to the Terms. These Terms govern your access and use of the Service. You may contact us by e-mail with questions about these Terms.
If you don’t agree to these Terms, you may not use the Service. If you no longer wish to receive messages, you may opt out at any time by texting the word STOP.
Phone: Txt 2 Connect
086-180 39 42
Terms are a working Document:
The Terms of services may be updated from time to time. The most up-to-date Terms will always be the ones that are posted here. Changes to the Terms of Service will be effective immediately upon our posting them here on our website. On each separate occasion that you first send a message to 086-180 39 42 to express your
interest in the Wellbeing phone support, you will receive some automated reply messages with a link to our current Terms of Service so you may review them before continuing to use our service. By using our service after receiving those automated messages, you agree to the practices outlined in the current Terms.
What to expect?
After contacting our service via ‘Txt 2 Connect’ you will receive an automatic response with links to TOS, GDPR guidelines and emergency helplines. Depending on the volume of texts you will receive a call from one of our experienced WB Phone support workers to arrange a day and time for your weekly call to create a Well Being plan.