Anew
If You Need Support Call our Free Helpline 1800 281 281
Our accredited Counsellors are available
Mon-Fri 10am-5pm and Thursdays 5pm-7pm.

Counselling

In addition to the Supported Temporary Accommodation Anew offers in Swords, Co. Dublin, Anew provides a wide range of parenting and emotional wellbeing supports to women in their centres in Dublin, Cork and Thurles. The parenting programmes are offered to any woman who feels they need additional support and are delivered in a group work session. In addition individual therapeutic parenting support can be accessed by parents who are struggling in difficult circumstances.

Post Pregnancy Support

Whether you are parenting alone, with a partner, or have the support of family members, being a parent can be challenging and you may find it difficult to cope.

  • If you are feeling isolated or alone as you adjust to parenthood…
  • If you are finding life with your baby or toddler extremely hard and need some support…
  • If you are a new mother coping on your own and trying to juggle work and childcare…
  • If you are returning to work…
  • If you wish to return to education…
  • If you would like help and encouragement with the practical or emotional elements of parenting…

…We can help!

Men

Discovering that somebody is pregnant with your baby can be very shocking and overwhelming. Men can feel isolated and helpless and sometimes it might seem that your feelings have been forgotten. Often your need for support may not be as apparent, Anew recognises that men can be affected too. Coming to talk about your feelings to a counsellor who is warm, friendly and non-judgemental can help you to feel less alone and make it easier for you to work through this part of your life. Men are very welcome to avail of ANEW’s free, confidential and non-directive counselling.

Grandparents and other Family Members

An unplanned pregnancy in a family can be an emotional and difficult time for other family members too. Anew offers pregnancy counselling to any family members who are affected and feel they need support. Grandparents can experience their own fears and anxieties about the future of their daughters or sons and it may be easier to talk to someone outside their immediate family.

Anew counsellors will listen and help you come to terms with your feelings and how you can support your daughter or son as you all work through this.

Adoption Information and Counselling

Counselling and Parenting Outreach Support Services

Cork

Mallow – Le Cheile Family Resource Centre
Times: Tuesdays 10am to 5pm
Middleton – Oakwood Lodge Family Resource Centre, Youghal
Times: Wednesdays 7pm to 9pm

Thurles

Roscrea – HSE Primary Care Centre, Cre House, Templemore Road
Times: Mondays 10am to 5pm
Nenagh – North Tipperary Community Services, Kenyon Street
Times: Tuesdays 10am to 5pm

We are always looking to expand our services, if you would like to discuss an outreach service in your area please email us at hello@anew.ie


Organisational Values for Working with Clients 

  • We are committed to providing a non-judgmental, motivating and empowering environment that builds trust and strengthens the individual
  • We show respect to every client and treat them with empathy, compassion and non-judgement no matter what decision they make
  • We are committed to providing a non-directive, culturally sensitive environment to all families
  • We recognize that people have strengths and do not need to depend on us or any other agency or system
  • We never give up on anyone; they are always welcome back
  • We believe in the importance of building a sense of community among families who have no other source of support

“I am so happy that Anew has won an award for Women’s Support Group of the Year, because they’re tackling an issue that so many overlook. Anew deserve recognition for the amazing work they do on a day-to-day basis, lifting spirits and giving hope to new mothers like me facing difficult times.”

Holly, current resident and new mum

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No one at Anew is paid less than €22k or more than €60k per annum as a full-time wage.