West Cork Counselling and Support Services

Companion Organisations


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 Our core funding is from HSE (Health Service Executive).
We receive Section 39 funding that enables us to deliver a low cost, accessible counselling service to anyone in West Cork, over the age of 18 years.

 Funding from the
HSE Sexual Health Crisis Pregnancy Programme (HSESHCPP )
enables us to provide
crisis / unplanned pregnancy and post termination counselling.
This service is provided free of charge.
Funding from TUSLA enables WCCSS to provide counselling to adults in support of families and children

In 2021 We received a grant to assist with the cost of technology from Cork County Council Covid-19 Community Emergency Fund
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During 2022, Cork ETB Reach funded the development of our 3-year Strategy Plan for 2023 – 2026, which includes supports for migrant and refugee communities

Other Agencies


West Cork Crisis Pregnancy and Support Service Freephone 1800 252 359 is funded by HSE Sexual Health Crisis Pregnancy Programme (HSESHCPP). We provide face-to-face counselling at our
office in Dunmanway or Skibbereen and via phone or video-link depending on a person’s needs.
An outreach appointment if requested may be arranged depending on our resources. This is free service.
Our experienced counsellor provides a non-directive and non-judgmental,
compassionate service that is available to women, their partner, family and friends.
Contact us on on our Free-Phone number 1800 252 359.
in support of the HSESHCPP the National My Options helpline number is 1800 828 010

 The Healthy Ireland Framework 2013-2025 supports Government’s response to Ireland’s changing health and well-being profile. A healthy Ireland where everyone can enjoy physical and mental health and well-being to their full potential, where well-being is valued and supported.