Service providers


Accord is a Voluntary Catholic organisation that aims to promote a deeper understanding of Christian marriage and to offer people the means to safeguard and nourish their marriage and family relationships.

Our clients are accepted regardless of their social, religious or ethnic background, as being of unique worth and capable of self-determination and growth.

Our services include:

  • Marriage preparation workshops
  • Marriage & Relationship Counselling

For further information, please phone Mary Merrigan on 059 9138738 or 059 9138700 (office hours Mon-Wed 9am-5pm) or email

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Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

AA daytime meetings are held on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1-2pm in the Meeting room in  St. Catherine’s Community Services Centre,

AA evening meetings are held every Monday,  Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday nights at 8.30pm.

Location of Meeting room:  When you go in the main door, turn right, walk up the corridor and the Meeting room is the first door on your left. The AA sign will be on the door.

The helpline number is 086 389 8301

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Meetings are held every Monday evening from 6.30pm to 7.30pm in the Conference Room in St. Catherine’s Community Services Centre.

Phone 083 433 9341

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The National Advocacy Service (NAS) provides a free and independent representative advocacy service to adults with disabilities across Ireland.

The contact number is 086 806 0768

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