Donegal Women’s Centre Service Provision during Covid – 19
As the country moves through the phases of reopening, it’s more important than ever to look after your sexual health and wellbeing. The Sexual Health Information Project put together this useful information pack about what you need to remember, even though things are starting to feel more ‘normal’.
Delighted to have worked with Department of Justice & Equality in getting the message out that support services are still available for women who are feeling unsafe or experiencing domestic violence.
Contact the Centre on 074 9124985
For more information in your area, visit https://www.stillhere.ie/
Supports are #StillHere for people experiencing #DomesticViolence. Mary from Donegal Women's Centre highlights how to find the supports you need. @donegalwomen @SAFEIreland @Womens_Aid @NWCI @MensDevNetwork. Visit https://t.co/HviQClONyf for info. pic.twitter.com/VparhHLJL8
— Department of Justice & Equality (@DeptJusticeIRL) April 30, 2020
In line with current recommendations, we regret to announce that we have made the decision to cancel all face to face appointments & drop in services until restrictions are eased.
This has not been an easy decision & we appreciate the distress & anxiety that this decision will cause to our service users and women in the county.
We feel that it is the right course of action to protect the health & wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, service users & all our families.
However, you may still contact the Centre on 074 9124985, email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a private message through Facebook.
Further information on our service provision is availble here.
If you are experiencing symptoms, you should self-isolate, regardless of travel or contact history, and phone your GP.
For updated factual information on COVID-19 (coronavirus), symptoms and causes, self-isolation and protecting yourself and others, visit https://www2.hse.ie/
- Background to the Donegal Women's Centre Donegal Women's Centre provides a space where women can pursue their own healing and development in a safe, caring and supportive environment. The centre developed from the coming together of a group of women in the late eighties who were committed to responding in a holistic way to the emotional, psychological, social and educational needs of women in Donegal.
- Information on the two conselling services The Centre provides two counselling services. The first is the dedicated domestic violence counselling service funded by the HSE. This is delivered in the Donegal Women’s Centre and outreach centres - in Killybegs, Ballyshannon, Donegal Town, Bundoran Falcarragh, Dungloe and Carndonagh. The second counselling service “Donegal Community Counselling Service” provided by Donegal Women’s Centre and at our outreach centre, is a community based, non-set fee, confidential, client – centred counselling and psychotherapy service.
- Information on Services Donegal Women’s Centre offers a range of services to meet the identified needs of women in the county. Our services include: - Ilash Clinic - Listening service
Donegal Women’s Centre is a holistic place of healing for women where not only the services we offer, but the Centre itself, supports the healing process, and truly honours the feminine. We are positively committed to improving Women’s status in society, opposing discrimination and eliminating violence and injustice to women.
We abide by Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children.