Resources - Further Reading & Links

We are constantly updating or resources on bullying. The link provided here will bring you to several sites dedicated to the issue of bullying in all its forms.If you require further information Alan Ellis may be contacted at 089-4567533 or by email

Our Resources Page contains some very useful links to various bodies engaged in bully prevention and education. Also, related topics such as children's welfare groups are included here.Check this page regularly as it will be constantly updated.

Barnardos Teenhelp

Teenhelp is an online resource established by the children's charity Barnardos in conjunction with the Family Support Agency which offers practical advice to teenagers and their parents on issues such as depression, domestic abuse, parental separation and death.


Childline is a part of the ISPCC (The Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children). Childline has two parts. There is a telephone service and there is an online and mobile phone texting service.
Tel: 1800 666 666
Headstrong is an independent NGO committed to working with communities in
Ireland to ensure that young people (aged 12-25) are better supported to achieve
mental health and wellbeing.
Contact details:
36 Waterloo Road,
Dublin 4.
Tel: (01) 6607343

Irish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ISPCC)

The ISPCC exists to ensure that all children are given the opportunity to experience love and happiness, to stop discrimination and exclusion of children and to end cruelty and injustice to children.
Contact details:
ISPCC Head Office
29 Lower Baggot Street
Dublin 2
Tel: 01 676 7960
Fax: 01 678 9012


Jigsaw is a free and confidential (private) support service for young people, aged 15 - 25, in Galway City and County.
Jigsaw support is about listening to you, to find out where you’re at, and figure out where you want to be.
Contact details:
18 Mary Street
Galway City
Text: 087 772 52 32
Tel: 091 549 252

Let Someone Know

 The website is an interactive platform that will increase young people's awareness about mental health and wellbeing as well as providing contact details for support and advice. There are tips and quizzes about looking after yourself and your friends. The website also features a personal action diary.

National Youth Council of Ireland

The National Youth Council of Ireland is the representative body for national voluntary youth work organisations in Ireland. It represents and supports the interests of 50 voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people. It seeks to ensure that all young people are empowered to develop the skills and confidence to fully participate as active citizens in an inclusive society.
Contact details:
3 Montague Street,
Dublin 2,
Tel: + 353 (0)1 478 4122
Fax: + 353 (0)1 478 3974

Reach Out

Reach Out is a web-based service that inspires young people to help themselves through tough times, and find ways to improve their own mental health and well-being. is an independent, youth powered national charity working to empower young people to create personal and social change. combines an interactive online community providing health and lifestyle information, signposting to support services, a youth media space, moderated discussion forums, and a platform for youth engagement, civic engagement, participation and advocacy. The website is endorsed and supported by all major youth agencies in Ireland. The website is updated daily, promoted nationally and currently reaches over 36,000 unique users per month. is youth-led in design, development and content, ensuring it reaches young people in a way that appeals to them.
Contact details:
4th Floor,
The Halls,
Quay St,
Galway City
Tel: 091 533693

More interesting sites:

Beat The Bully

Stop Bullying 

Cyber Bullying

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