The aim of the Combat Poverty Agency is to promote a more just and inclusive society by working for the prevention and elimination of poverty and social exclusion. This site provides information on the Agency's role, responsibilities, and activities, as well as information on poverty in Ireland and a number of programmes and policies in place to address it.
The aim of the Community Workers Co-operative is to promote and support community work as a means of addressing poverty, social exclusion and inequality and ultimately as a means of achieving social change that will contribute to the creation of a more just, sustainable and equal society.
Console was established in 2002 by Paul Kelly after he had experienced the grief of losing a loved one by Suicide. Console has developed into a National Organisation supporting people in Suicidal Crisis and those Bereaved by Suicide through Professional Counselling, Support and Helpline Services.
Coolmine Therapeutic Community provides a rehabilitation service for clients in recovery from alcohol and drugs use. We initially opened our doors in 1973 in response to the proliferation of drug use and associated problems in Dublin in the early 1970s, unfortunately this problem has only grown and our services are needed now more than ever. We provide a range of services including the only Mother & Child residential treatment facility in Ireland.