Information on Support, Information and Advocacy Services for Women in County Donegal.
|NCCWN- Donegal Women’s Network
6 Tir Chonaill Street, Donegal Town
Office: 074 97 22790
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|We support women in their local community by providing:
Activities and events for women
Holistic and wellbeing sessions
Personal development programmes especially developed to empower women
Opportunities for women to come together to develop their own groups
Development and training on gender equality
Linking with other NCCWN women’s projects throughout Ireland to ensure equality for women.
|Donegal Domestic Violence Service
P.O. Box 55 Letterkenny
Freephone: 24hour HELPLINE 1800 262677 or 074 91 26267
Office Tel: 074 9129725 (Mon-Fri 9-5)
Text service for deaf / hard of hearing women: 087 3812438
| 24 hr crisis support and information for women and their children who are experiencing domestic abuse.
One to one outreach support service across County Donegal
Group programme for mothers and children who have been affected by domestic abuse
Individual child support programme called Drawing and Talking
|Donegal Sexual Abuse & Rape Crisis Centre
2a Grands Central
Freephone:1800 44 88 44
Outreach service available in Inishowen, Donegal Town, Lifford and the Gaelteacht.
| Free support and professional one-to-one counselling service for all genders and gender identities aged 14+ who have experienced rape, sexual abuse and any other form of sexual violence; historic or recent
Support for the family members of people whose lives have been affected by sexual violence
Confidential telephone support
Information and support with the legal and medical processes involved with the aftermath of rape and sexual abuse
Court Accompaniment , SATU accompaniment, Garda Accompaniment
|Donegal Sexual Assault Treatment Unit
Letterkenny University Hospital
Call or text SATU Staff directly on SATU 24 hour Mobile: 0870681964Email: email@example.com
| Treatment and care available 24 hours, 365 days a year.
Specialist care for all genders and gender identities aged 14 years and over Who have experienced or think they have experienced a sexual assault or rape.
Free and confidential service provided in a safe and caring place
Medical/psychological and legal support given following sexual assault
Medication and treatment for minor Injuries, STIs, Emergency Contraception & HIV prevention
|Donegal Women’s Centre
Port Road, Letterkenny
Phone Number: 074 912 4985
| Dedicated Domestic Violence Trauma Counselling Service. This service is delivered in Donegal Women’s Centre and outreach centres – in Killybegs, Ballyshannon, Falcarragh, Dungloe and Carndonagh.
Listening Service. Donegal Women’s Centre provides a listening service with trained Listeners for women to be heard in a safe, confidential and understanding space. Our Listeners are trained around any concerns or issues you may wish to bring
Women’s Health & Family Planning Clinic. The clinics provide information, advice and supply all types of contraception. In addition to this, all women’s health issues are dealt with in a private and confidential manner.
Ilash Young Women’s Sexual Health Clinic. Donegal Women’s Centre provides a drop-in clinic every Monday evening (excluding Bank Holidays) for young women aged between 17 and up to their 26th birthday.
Sexual Health Information Project develops an awareness of the importance of information and education in young people’s lives.
Donegal Community Counselling Service – A community based, non-set fee, confidential client-centred counselling and psychotherapy service for a wide range of issues
Crisis Pregnancy Counsellor. A Crisis Pregnancy trained Counsellor is in the Centre three days a week to provide information and support
Donegal Women’s Centre offers a range of Spring and Autumn courses designed to meet the identified needs of women in the county.
|Donegal Travellers Project, Port House, Port Road, Letterkenny
Letterkenny Office: (074) 91 29281
Main Street, Ballyshannon
Ballyshannon Office: (074) 98 51936
Project Manager: Siobhan McLaughlin
Primary Healthcare Leader: Ann Friel
|Donegal Travellers Project is a local based Community Development & Human Rights organisation that works to promote the needs and interests of Traveller women, Roma women and Black Minority Ethnic women in Donegal. We support and deliver initiatives and programmes that promote inclusion and diversity. We are committed to anti-racism with the ultimate aim of achieving social justice and equality for all. We work on a range of themes including, but not limited to, personal development, employment, health, accessing services, advocacy work and accommodation.|
|Donegal Intercultural Platform
Port House, Port Road, Letterkenny
Chair Persons: Paul Kernan/ Aalaa Elmusharaf
|Donegal Intercultural Platform is a voluntary organisation made up of individual members and affiliated organisations who are interested in building inclusion and equality in Donegal and in promoting Human Rights and opposing discrimination and racism. We offer signposting and supports for women from Black Minority Ethnic communities and we hold regular meetings, debates and discussions.|
|Irish Countrywomen’s Association
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|Currently 15 guilds or groups operating in the county
Provides social, recreational and educational engagements for members across the county
Do get in touch – a warm welcome awaits you