Solace cafe

Solace Café is a welcoming spot where you can gather your thoughts, draw on your strengths, and connect with others who've been through similar experiences. It is a comfortable, friendly, and safe environment, open to our over 18's community. It is a unique space for community members seeking support during tough times. Read more

The Hub Fermoy

Fermoy Hub offers individuals currently experiencing or in recovery from mental health difficulties a space within which they can connect with peers - and grow their self-esteem, social skills, and resilience through a range of fulfilling, creative, and engaging activities. Read more

Bridge Street Community Cafe, Bantry

Bridge Street Community Café is a peer-led mental health initiative supporting the mental health and wellbeing of our community. We offer a safe, welcoming, space for anyone over 18 years of age to have a cuppa, and a chat. It is a place to come make connections, have a snack, find out what’s on in the local area or sit in our quite space, read a book and relax. Read more

Joy in the Park

A free fun filled family afternoon, Joy In The Park was held in Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork City on Sunday July 17, 2022 This event was run to highlight the supports available within our community for anyone who is in need of assistance with a mental health issue. Read more

Celebrate Our 60th Anniversary With Us!

Cork Mental Health is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. Read more

Lets Talk Mental Health

Martina Ryan does a series of interviews with local services about mental health and the services they provide to the local Community Read more

Need Help

CORK MENTAL HEALTH PROVIDE AN OUT OF HOURS EMERGENCY SUPPORT SERVICE OPENING HOURS: THURSDAY-SUNDAY 5.30PM-11PM. BOOKING ESSENTIAL, CALL 083 885 5990 LOCATION: THE NEXT STEP BUILDING, SOLACE CAFE, 22 SULLIVAN'S QUAY, CORK, IRELAND T12 PH6N Cork Mental Health is not a counselling service and is not open 24/7 therefore if you are in need of urgent help please use the following information. Read more


Clonakilty Community Resource Centre is a community initiative established by the Community for the Community. Read more


Cork Mental Health Housing Association provides housing to people who have experienced mental health difficulties throughout Cork City and County. Read more


Cork Mental Health Foundation delivers a number of educational projects to schools and the general public Read more


Aurora is our Charity Shop based on St. Josephs Road in Mallow Co.Cork Read more


We are governed by both the Charities Regulator for both Housing and Foundation. We are also regulated for housing through the Housing Agency Read more

Meet the board

Our Board of Directors are Volunteers and give of their time freely to assist in the running of the organisation. Read more

Primary Schools

Our Primary school project looks at topics such as What is mental health, what supports are available, coping skills, social media etc Read more


Cork Mental Health has been established since 1962 Read more


Governance Read more

Meet the team

Meet the Team Read more


People volunteer for many different reasons. Read more

Housing applications

How to access our Housing? If you would like more information on any of our housing or on how to apply for our housing please contact the office on 021 4511100 or e-mail [email protected] for an application form. Read more