Menpower - Partner Organisations

MenPower is a 12 week training programme, developed by a collective of organisations, to help men learn to build their mental and physical fitness. The Interagency Advisory Group (IAG) is central to training, programme planning, quality assurance and delivery. MenPower also have a practice group that support programme staff to review client progression pathways. Both groups are central to the effective functioning of the overall programme. Information on our partner organisations can be obtained by pressing this link.



  • Free & Confidential Employment Support Service for people with Illnesses and Disabilities.
  • Referral from your local INTREO office.
  • 18 months of One-to-One Support.
  • Help you develop your job seeking skills e.g., interview & CV preparation/work experience.
  • Access to employment opportunities that may not be advertised.
  • We can access grants and supports on your behalf.
  • Provide support with employment issues.
  • Job Coaching.
  • If you are a person with a hidden disability, we can provide discreet background support should you choose not to disclose your Illness/disability to an employer.

Contact: Patricia Kelly, Employment Officer Offaly

PHONE 086 145 1074



MABS -(Money Advice & Budgeting Service)

MABS (Money Advice & Budgeting Service) offers free, confidential, non-judgmental advice for anyone experiencing financial difficulty. Co-Ordinator of the local office, Mary Errity, says “we see people every day who are too afraid to face their financial difficulties and we strongly encourage anyone in that situation to get in touch”. 

Call Tullamore office    0818 072710       9am-5pm Mon-Fri

Call the Helpline           0818  072000     9am-8pm Mon-Fri

The Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service Pieta (SBLS)

The Suicide Bereavement Liaison Service Pieta (SBLS) is a free & confidential service that provides assistance & support to families & individuals grieving the death of a loved one by suicide.  The Suicide Bereavement Liaison Officer (SBLO) can meet with you or your family in your own home, a centre or at a location that best suits you. You may have specific questions about some of the difficult practical issues following the death of your loved one, for example: the grieving process, how to speak to a child about what has happened, the role of the coroner, the inquest etc. You may want guidance or assistance in accessing a therapeutic service, or even just want to talk with somebody about what has happened.  We can also offer support to communities that have been impacted by suicide, through public talks and training.  In any case we welcome your call. 

Bernie Carroll

Suicide Bereavement Liaison Officer