The Health Service Executive provides all of the public health services in Ireland.
The National Social Inclusion office supports equal access to Health Services for people from vulnerable groups, including those affected by addiction and homelessness.
There are 32 local health offices which act as an entry point to community health and personal social services. The wide range of services that are provided through these Offices and from Health Centres include general practitioner services, public health nursing, child health services, community welfare, chiropody, ophthalmic, speech therapy, social work, addiction counselling and treatment, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, psychiatric services and home help.
In order to implement Slaintecare, the Department of Health have introduced six regional health area.
The HSE also has an alcohol and drugs freephone helpline on 1800 459 459 from Monday to Friday between 9:30am and 5:30pm or email firstname.lastname@example.orgHealth Service Executive