Use the services directory to find useful services - simply select the type of service you need and your location. provides information about drugs and the support and information services available in Ireland. - Total Youth Media, is Ireland's biggest and best youth website covering all aspects of health, lifestyle, culture and craic.
Health Promotion Unit
FRANK provides free confidential drugs information and advice 24 hours a day
The GAA have very useful downloads regarding drugs and alcohol.
Combat Poverty is the sole national statutory organisation in Ireland dedicated to advising on ways to prevent and eliminate poverty and social exclusion.
National Advisory Committee on Drugs
The Family Support Network is an autonomous self-help organisation that respects the lived experiences of families affected by drugs in a welcoming non-judgemental atmosphere. The Family Support Network primarily supports the development of family support groups and networks throughout the island of Ireland. Through this work the Family Support Network raises awareness of the difficulties faced by families in coping with drug use while recognising the important role that families play in supporting the recovery of the drug using family member
Tthis website is here to help you understand more about what’s getting you down, and hopefully find a few ways to help. A website alone probably can’t fix everything. But it can help you get started in the right direction. We’ll also give you a whole bunch of useful numbers, names and links to experts in all the most common teenage mental health issues.
This website has been developed by the HSE National Office for Suicide Prevention ( as part of the ‘Your Mental Health’ awareness campaign, which aims to improve awareness and understanding of mental health and well-being in Ireland.
United Nations Office On Drugs & Crime
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime
Sligo Leitrim Directory
Sligo Leitrim Directory - services for Sligo and Leitrim for children, young people and families.

More Useful Links

Sligo Borough Council
Stop the Stigma