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Survivors of Sexual Abuse. 


Mind The Gap Ireland is a charity organization dedicated to raising awareness about Sexual Abuse in Ireland and providing support for survivors. We are committed to helping those affected by SA to have their voices heard and to receive the support and justice they deserve.​

Our Values


We Embrace Diversity and Respect Differences because we are all equal. 


By Educating, we strive to break the stigmas and bring an end to SA.


We actively advocate for improved government policies and support for survivors and victims of SA


Learn More about the SA Organisations/Charities in Ireland

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Hospital Lobby


Learn More about the SA Treatment Units in Ireland.

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Comforting Hands

National Helplines

This is a directory of National Helplines available for survivors of sexual violence or abuse. When you call, you should expect to be received in a non-judgemental and empathetic way by the volunteer. You do not have to give your name or any defining features and you should never be asked to discuss anything that makes you uncomfortable. The list is not exhaustive and will continue to be updated


Learn More about the SA Organisations/Charities in Ireland

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Advocating for Survivors

Campaigning is an effective way of raising awareness about gender-based violence of any form, including sexual violence. Many organisations/charities have different campaigns including justice within the criminal system, support for survivors, as well as educational campaigns around SA.



A Campaign to raise awareness across the UK about preventing child SA. This campaign also educates adults on protecting children.


Started by the Department of Justice, this campaign aims to empower survivors of domestic violence to leave toxic environments, by providing safe homes


Choose To Challenge Gender Based Violence of any form and break the stereotypes and biases around sexual violence

Helping Hands

Join The Force...

As well as educating ourselves on the social issue of sexual abuse, we must actively finds ways to support existing organisations and charities working tirelessly to support survivors of this traumatic experience. Find out how you can join the force, in the sections below. 

Contact Us

Please contact us to find out how you can join the force for the Empowerment of SA survivors and victims. We are looking for people who share the same values as us to join the team.

Survivors of SA, we exist for you. We are here to support you in any way that we can. Your information and data will be handled with Confidentiality.

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