Stay home – stay safe – stay in touch

Waterford Women’s Centre staff continue to work from home and are delighted to be able to continue to support and refer women to relevant supports and services when needed. Our facilitators are enjoying meeting groups on line as we explore new ways to keep linked-in and support each other as we stay in touch, stay home and stay safe.  The women’s centre has always worked to remove barriers that stop women engaging at all levels in society. The current barriers are the social distancing regulations while we fight Covid 19 together.  Although we never thought we would be removing these particular barriers through technical means as we are currently doing we are learning lots in the process. 

We will take a break from online programmes for Easter from the end of this week and look forward to linking in again after the Easter break from week beginning 20th April. Please remember to stay home and stay safe. Enjoy Easter as we appreciate the simple things in life.   We are in this together and will get through it together.   

Appreciate the simple things

If you need to please contact us – you can do so through our website: / text or phone 089 4556184 or leave a message on our landline 051 351918 and we will get back to you as soon as possible. 

Please note that the following services are still operating and can be contacted if you need them:

Barnardos helpline 1800 910 123 between 10am and 2pm Monday to Friday or email

Oasis House Women’s Refuge:  051-370367 or 1890 264 364 (24 hour lo-call helpline)

Waterford Rape & Sexual abuse Centre: Freephone 1800 296 296 or phone or text 087 2233730 email: /24 hour helpline number is Freephone 1800 77 88 88. Counselling and support is being provided via phone/Skype/Zoom.