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Our accredited Counsellors are available Mon-Fri 10am-5pm,
Thursdays 5pm-7pm and Saturdays 12noon-2pm.

Our Centres

Anew CLG currently has three centres in Ireland with the Dublin centre supporting Anew’s homeless accommodation service:

We propose that we utilise our extensive experience in the area of homelessness and expand our accommodation service in Dublin and other regions. To do this we require further units where we can provide accommodation to pregnant women and new mothers while more suitable long-term accommodation is being sourced. Our goal is to expand the services we provide so as to meet the needs of all vulnerable women who are pregnant and living on the streets of Ireland.

Anew is committed to interagency collaboration and regularly links in with other agencies and organisations in the delivery of its services.  Where required case conferences are held and the service is very much client centred. This ensures a cohesive model for service delivery and ultimately a better service for our service users.

In particular the counselling service links in with a number of services through referrals into our services i.e.GP services, CPP, social workers, addiction services, domestic violence services, TUSLA, Crosscare, hospitals, family workers etc.

Anew staff also refer service users on to these same services, agencies and organisations i.e.GP services, CPP, social workers, addiction services, domestic violence services, TUSLA, Crosscare, hospitals, family workers etc.

“This is a brilliant service! In my experience Anew has provided huge support to women in crisis with an unplanned pregnancy and post pregnancy. It offers a warm, welcoming environment both to service user and health care professional. It is extremely flexible and accessible in its approach, consistently placing the service user at the centre of its work. It provides practical and emotional support to allow women to confidently enjoy their pregnancy and early motherhood. Personally, it has been a pleasure to see women and their babies benefit and thrive from their contact with Anew.”

Margaret Walsh, Senior Social Worker, St. Vincents Hospital Mental Health Team

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