Welcome to SupportMe

This website is designed for people who wish to find information on all the various support services that are available to them in the West of Ireland.

Twenty different categories are listed in order to make looking for information a bit easier and you can also search by keyword or put in your local town.

 
 

Services by Region: Mayo Services by Region: Galway Services by Region: Roscommon

Support Services

Accommodation support services in Mayo

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1. Clúid View More Details on Clúid Visit the Clúid Website Email Clúid
Address: Contact Details:

14 Galway Technology Park
Parkmore
Galway
 

Telephone: 091 786490
Email: cluid@cluid.ie
Website: www.cluid.ie

Cluíd’s core work is the provision of ‘general needs’ housing that is, housing for people with low incomes. It also provides ‘special needs’ housing, that is, housing for people with a particular need in addition to a housing need. This may include for example elderly people or people with disabilities.

Tenants are drawn from the waiting list of the local authority in whose area housing is being provided. Different sized households are accommodated as well as households at different stages from young to elderly. The association aims to create mixed, sustainable communities where each household feels at home and where each has a contribution to make to the community.

 
2. Counselling and Psychotherapy View More Details on Counselling and Psychotherapy Email Counselling and Psychotherapy
Address: Contact Details:
Castlebar Counselling & Therapy Centre
Clogher, Breaffy
Castlebar, 
Co. Mayo
Telephone: 0879683155
Email: duffyj123@hotmail.com

I am an accredited Psychotherapist with IAHIP and have private practice in Castlebar Counselling and Therapy Centre. I am in Supervision for my clinical practice. I am working with clients with relationship difficulties, neglect/abuse in childhood, anxiety, depression, addiction, suicide, grief, loss, self esteem and many other issues.     I offer a warm and supportive servuce and work from a Humanistic and Integrative Orientation.    I deeply value the humanity of my client and I offer a consistent acceptance and compassion towards them where they can feel safe to explore what is going on for them and can become empowered to take the necessary steps to grow and self-actualise.

 
3. Mayo Cancer Support Association View More Details on Mayo Cancer Support Association Visit the Mayo Cancer Support Association Website Email Mayo Cancer Support Association
Address: Contact Details:
Rock Rose House,
32 St. Patricks Avenue,
Castlebar, Co. Mayo.


Telephone: Tel. 094 9038407
Email: mayocancer@gmail.com
Email: mayocancer@eircom.net
Website: www.mayocancer.ie

Rock Rose House is named after the Rock Rose flower, famous for surviving climatic and surface changes, growing in bushy and rocky places, dry hillslopes, waste places and open woodlands where other flora have not had the strength to flourish. The Rock Rose has its origins along the west coast and its off-shore islands and has survived there for centuries. Mayo Cancer Support Association see the Rock Rose as a symbol of survival against adversity.

Aims of the Service•To offer emotional support and practical help to people with cancer, their family and friends.
•To lessen the fear associated with the word cancer.
•To provide a “drop-in” centre where people with cancer may access support and information.
•To ensure that the centre is open to all whose lives have been affected by cancer.
•To continue to develop and meet the cancer related needs of the people of Mayo and the locality.

 
4. Mayo County Council Housing Department View More Details on Mayo County Council Housing Department Visit the Mayo County Council Housing Department Website Email Mayo County Council Housing Department
Address: Contact Details:
Ground Floor
Mayo County Council
Aras an Chontae
The Mall
Castlebar
Telephone: Phone: (094)902 44 44
Email: Housing@mayococo.ie
Website: www.mayococo.ie/en/Services/Ho...

Housing Schemes and Services


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•Rental Accomodation Scheme
•Local Authority Housing - Local authorities are the main providers of housing for people who are in need of housing and who cannot afford it from their resources.
•Voluntary Housing Capital Assistance Scheme - Under this scheme voluntary housing bodies provide accommodation, generally one or two bedroomed units, to meet special housing needs such as those of the elderly, disabled, homeless or smaller families.
Rental Subsidy Scheme - Under this scheme, voluntary housing bodies provide housing for renting particularly to meet the needs of low income families.
•Tenant Purchase Scheme - If you have been a tenant of a local authority house for at least one year, you may apply to the local authority from which you rent your house to purchase it either outright or by way of shared ownership.
•Shared Ownership System - offers home ownership in a number of steps to those who cannot afford full ownership in one step in the traditional way.
•Affordable Housing Scheme - Under this scheme new houses are provided by local authorities on land, which they own at discounted prices to eligible purchasers.
•Low cost housing sites - Under this scheme, a local authority may make housing sites available at low cost which may be as little as €127 per site. To be eligible for one of these sites, you must be a person whose application for local authority housing has been approved by the local authority.
•Mortgage Allowance Scheme - If you are a tenant or tenant purchaser of a local authority house returning your existing house to the local authority and taking out a mortgage of at least €38,092 to purchase a house or to have a house built for yourself, you may qualify for a mortgage allowance.
•Disabled Persons Grant - Under this scheme, a local authority may make a grant for the provision of additional accommodation or necessary works of adaptation to your house to meet the needs of a member of the household who is disabled. The grant may be up to 90% of the approved costs.
•Mayo County Council also provides a number of other services including:
•Voluntary Housing Schemes and
•Local Authority Loans for home purchase and improvement Charter for Rented Housing
• Taking In Charge Policy For Housing Developments

Mayo County Council’s policy in relation to taking in charge of housing developments /estates is now available to view online.

•Taking In Charge Policy For Housing Developments (PDF Format)
•Taking In Charge Policy For Housing Developments (MS Word Format)
•Taking In Charge Of Housing Developments Application Form (PDF Format)
•Taking In Charge Of Housing Developments Application Form (MS Word Format)
Please read on to find out more information on our services, or feel free to contact your local Mayo County Council office:



Ballina Office          (096) 76100

Ballinrobe Office     (094) 9541111

Belmullet Office      (097) 81004

Castlebar Office     (094) 9024444

Claremorris Office   (094) 9362954

Swinford Office      (094) 9251495

Westport Office      (098) 50400


Opening Hours: 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
and 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

 
5. Mayo Women's Support Services View More Details on Mayo Women's Support Services Visit the Mayo Women's Support Services Website Email Mayo Women's Support Services
Address: Contact Details:
Breaffy Road, Castlebar, Co Mayo
Telephone: 094 9025409/094 9027519
Email: mwss@eircom.net
Website: www.mwss.ie

Supports women who suffer violence. It offers refuge, outreach, transitional housing and advocacy.

 
6. Mayo Womens Support Services View More Details on Mayo Womens Support Services Visit the Mayo Womens Support Services Website
Address: Contact Details:

Breaffy Rd,

Castlebar,

Co Mayo

Telephone: 094 9025409
Website: www.mayowomenssupportservices....

Through the provision of a safe place, accessible community based services and ongoing campaign of raising public awareness of the crime of violence against women, we aim to encourage women to recognised their right to live free from violence and abuse.

OUR OBJECTIVES:

To raise public awareness and provide education in order to highlight the right of women to live free from violence and abuse.
 

To provide accessible support, advice and information so that women can protect themselves (and their children) from violence in their homes.

To provide safe and secure accommodation.

 

 
7. Threshold Housing Advice Centre View More Details on Threshold Housing Advice Centre Visit the Threshold Housing Advice Centre Website Email Threshold Housing Advice Centre
Address: Contact Details:

5 Prospect Hill
Galway

 

Telephone: 1800 454 454
Email: advicegalway@threshold.ie
Website: www.threshold.ie

Threshold provides information, advice and advocacy services to tenants in private rented, local authority and social housing. The service is free and confidential.

Threshold’s Advice and Tenancy Protection Service can provide advice to tenants on such issues including:

• Tenant’s Rights and Obligations
• Termination of Tenancies
• Rent Increases & Rent Reviews
• Leases and Letting Agreements
• Standards and Repairs
• Deposit Retention
• Support with applications for social housing
• Illegal Evictions
• Rent Supplement
• Housing Assistance Payment
• Discrimination Issues in rented accommodation
• Accessing the Local Authority housing waiting list

We also advocate on behalf of tenants with landlords, letting agents and statutory agencies such as the Department of Social Protection and Local Authorities and can provide guidance on taking a case to the Residential Tenancies Board.

Tenants who need advice on their rights or support in enforcing these rights can contact Threshold by phone, by email or by dropping into our advice centre at 5 Prospect Hill, Galway.

Further information on tenant’s rights is available on www.threshold.ie

Threshold also provide an outreach service in Mayo once a month, details are as follows:

Threshold Mayo Outreach Clinic
Castlebar CIS, Cavendish House, Link Road Castlebar, Co Mayo
2nd Thursday of every month
10am-1pm and 2pm to 4.30pm