Related Websites and useful links

Support and Information

Galway Miscarriage Support
Support for all those in the Western region who have been affected by Miscarriage.
Meetings take place approximately once a month.
For further information, see

Cork Support FaceBook Group
Cuidiu, Cork FaceBook Peer Support for all those in Cork who have also suffered Pregnancy or Infant Loss.
For further information, please visit

Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Association of Ireland
Tel: 085-2496464

A Little Lifetime Foundation
Formerly - Irish Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society
18 Orion Business Campus,
Rosemount Business Park,
Dublin 15.
Tel : 01 8829030

Ectopic Pregnancy Ireland
Support and information for all who have been affected by ectopic pregnancy
Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups
North Brunswick Street
Dublin, 7.
Tel : 089 4365742

Molar Pregnancy Information & Support
National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry,
Monitoring and Advisory Centre
Cork University Maternity Hospital
The Dedicated Centre in Ireland for GTD
Telephone: (021) 4920526

NISIG - National Infertility and Support & Information Group
Infertility can be an isolating experience. You are not alone 
P.O. Box 131,
Mobile: 087 7975058 (anytime) - Confidentiality is assured

Anam Cara
Anam Cara Parent Bereavement Support group supports patents and families on the loss of a child.
Parental & Sibling Bereavement Support
HCL House,
Second Avenue,
Cookstown Industrial Estate,
Dublin 24
Phone: +353 (0)1 4045378
Mobile: +353 (0)85 2888 888

HSE and Hospitals

Health Service Executive
The HSE is responsible for providing health and personal social services to everyone living in Ireland.

Bereavement Care Maternity Services
Standards of Bereavement Care

National Maternity Hospital
Caring for women prior to, during and after childbirth as well as providing a full range of gynaecological services.
Holles Street,
Dublin 2.
Telephone: (01) 637 3100

The Coombe Women's & Infants University Hospital
The hospital provides an extensive women's healthcare service in Ireland, with more than seven thousand babies born here each year, an extensive pre- and post-natal programme for parents, expert care for sick and premature babies from all over the country, and the largest gynaecological service in Ireland.
Coombe Women's & Infants University Hospital,
Dublin 8.
Telephone: (01) 408 5200

Rotunda Hospital
Providing maternity services to women and their families for hundreds of years. General gynaecology, infertility service, menopause clinic, colposcopy clinic and early pregnancy loss clinic.
The Rotunda Hospital,
Dublin 1.
Telephone: (01) 8171700

Cork University Maternity Hospital
CUMH opened in March 2007 and involved the amalgamation of maternity services from Erinville Hospital, St. Finbarr’s Maternity Hospital, Bon Secours Maternity Unit and Gynaecology services from Cork University Hospital.
Wilton Road,
Telelephone: (021) 4920500

Molar Pregnancy Information & Support - Cork University Hospital
National Gestational Trophoblastic Disease Registry,
Monitoring and Advisory Centre
Cork University Maternity Hospital
The Dedicated Centre in Ireland for GTD
Telephone: (021) 4920526

U.K. Support and Information

Miscarriage Association (U.K.)
Providing Miscarriage Support and Information in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland.
17 Wentworth Terrace
Wakefield WF1 3QW, England
Email: mailto:

Tommys - Information and support on miscarriage

St Mary's Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic
More than 1,000 couples are treated annually at the Recurrent Miscarriage Clinic (RMC), the largest referral unit of its kind in Europe and part of the obstetric and gynaecology service at St Mary's.
Winston Churchill Wing,
St Mary's Hospital,
Praed Street,
London W2 1NY,
United Kingdom.
Telephone 020 3312 1117 or 020 3312 1323

The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust
To raise awareness of ectopic pregnancies amongst women of childbearing age, the medical profession and the general public.
483 Green Lanes
London N13 4BS
For letter correspondence only.
Telephone Helpline: 020 7733 2653 (You can arrange a call-back)
Administration : 020 7096 1838

The Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation
The Ectopic Pregnancy Foundation (EPF) has been established with the aim of improving the care of women with a diagnosis, or possible diagnosis, of ectopic pregnancy.
Mr Laurie Irvine,
Consultant Obstetrician Gynaecologist,
Healix House,
Esher Green,
KT10 8AB.
Patient Helpline: +44 (0) 845 070 4636

Other Support and Information

What ever you are going through, whether you think it is big or small, you don’t have to bottle it up
112 Marlborough Street,
Dublin 1.
Telephone: 116 123
Text on 087 2609090

Offering Support and Information for those suffering from depression and bi-polar disorder
Head Office:
72 Lower Leeson Street,
Dublin 2.
Telephone: (01) 6617211
The Aware Support service is a free service and is available to anyone, over the age of 18 years, who is seeking support and information about issues relating to their own mood or the mood of a friend or family member, or who experiences depression or bipolar disorder.
Support Telephone No. 1800 804848

Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups
Carmichael Centre is the first, largest and busiest shared facility for charities in Ireland
North Brunswick Street,
Dublin 7
Telephone: (01) 8735702

AIMS Ireland Association for Improvements in the Maternity Services Ireland
To highlight and campaign for normal birth and mother-friendly birth practices in Ireland and provide information, research & support.
Telephone: (087) 7543751

The Adoption Authority of Ireland
The Adoption Authority of Ireland wish to ensure the provision of the highest possible standards of adoption related services, throughout the lifelong adoption process, with the best interest of children as the first and paramount objective.
Shelbourne House,
Shelbourne Road,
Dublin 4.
Telephone: (01) 2309300