Support In the Crisis

During this difficult time in our country and in the world, it’s natural that our well-being can go by the wayside. We need to be mindful of this and make sure to do little things every day to keep our physical, mental and spiritual well-being in as best order as possible. Below is a small start into how to look after yourself in these uncertain times. Please forward on any ideas that we can include and share with others.

You can get in touch with us in the parish by calling 01-4515570 or emailing catechist.parish@gmail.com. Rest assured, everything is confidential.

Mental Help

Useful Links:

Minding Your Mental Health

Government Helps & Supports

Podcasts:

Below are some Podcasts from Psychologist Paul D’Alton. They include topics such as your well-being, meditations and guided walks.

Podcast 1 – Mind Time ~ Your Mental Health

 

Podcast 2 – Mind Time ~ Walking Meditation

 

Podcast 3 – Mind Time ~ Guided Meditation

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Niall Breslin, commonly known as Bressie, has a Podcast Series called “Where Is My Mind?”. All episodes can be found by clicking the link below:

Where Is My Mind?

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Physical Help

Covid-19 Activities at Home

Keeping Children Busy At Home

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Exercises To Do At Home

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Local Help

St Kevin’s Family Resource Centre
Below is some information about the current services and connections by St Kevin’s Family Resource Centre and within South Dublin
Counselling
St. Kevins Family Resource Centre is offering affordable counselling by telephone. The number for this service is 085 866 93 85.
Weekly telephone call
St. Kevins Family Resource Centre is offering a weekly telephone call to people living alone. This call is a social call, to keep connected into supports and services in the county.
South Dublin Covid-19 Community Response Forum
Community call helpdesk
1800 240519 freephone
Monday – Sunday 8am to 8pm
Help with shopping and food delivery
Advise on supports and services
Prescriptions collection and delivery
Here for a chat

 

 

Practical Help

Help with Banking

AIB – 1800 207 232

Bank of Ireland – 1800 946 146

KBC Bank – 1800 804 472

Permanent TSB – 1800 218 000

Ulster Bank Ireland – 1800 656 001

ALONE has advised anyone with concerns or questions to contact the group on its Covid-19 helpline, which is open from 8am-8pm seven days a week on0818 222 024.

 

Marriage and Relationship Support

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