About Us

In operation since 2004, we are a community based peer support project run by and for people with lived experience 
of mental health difficulties. We are an inclusive, compassionate and encouraging enviornment focused on wellbeing and recovery. We encourage all members to be empowered and self sufficient.

 The Gateway Project welcomes members from the southside of Dublin (Dublin 2 - 24). Members participate in person both on and off site.  
 You do not need to be referred to Gateway by a medical professional to become a member. Anyone 18 and over are welcome to join. An inducrion is required before participating in any activities.
Gateway is open Monday to Thursday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and between 9.30 and 5.00pm on a Friday. The project is closed on weekends and bank holidays. Members are welcome to pop by the project to socialise or relax daily between the hours of 12.30-4.30pm Monday - Friday. Our 'Drop In Days' are twice weekly, Monday and Thursday.

For more information about us, the work we do, or any of our ongoing activities,
please call us on 085 7521220 or 01 497 7005 or leave us a voicemail and we will get back to you.
You can also email us at info@gatewaymha.com.  

Research into the impact of peer-led mental health projects in the community was led by a team from the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Trinity College Dublin and spearheaded by Mental Health Ireland in partnership with the HSE Mental Health Division.

 Gateway Mental Health Project is  hosted by Mental Health Ireland.

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