HSE: Mental Health Services and Supports List of Mental Health Supports and Services during COVID-19
Minding Your Mental Health during the Coronavirus outbreak Infectious disease outbreaks like coronavirus (COVID-19), can be worrying and can affect your mental health. But there are many things you can do to mind your mental health during times like this
Jigsaw Resource to Coping with the impact from Corona Virus
Mental health information for young people, their parents and guardians, and those who work with young people. For more visit www.jigsawonline.ie
Information on Social Welfare payments available at My Welfare COVID-19 Payments and Services
Apply online for Social Welfare payments at My Welfare COVID-19 Payments
Dedicated phone line for COVID-19 payment queries (9am to 5pm): Tel: 01-2481398 / 1890-800-024
Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payment Download the Pandemic Unemployment Payment Form and details on the Covid-19 Pandemic Unemployment Payments and how to claim.
Commission for Regulation of Utilities For information on arrangements in place for Energy Customers during COVID-19 or TEL: 1890 404 404
Limerick Community Response Helpline: 1800 832 005
Citizens Information Resource: Older People and COVID-19
Alone have set up a COVID-19 helpline from 8am-8pm seven (7) days a week on: 0818 222 024. To volunteer visit firstname.lastname@example.org.
SeniorLine is a FREEPHONE service available 10am and 10pm seven (7) days a week on: 1800 804 591
Call the HSE Information Line on: 1850 24 1850 – if you are concerned about the welfare or safety of an adult or need help yourself. Lines open Monday to Friday 8am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday 8am to 5pm