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GROW Ireland

33 Henry Street, Limerick, Ireland
Non-Profit Organization



GROW's mission is to nurture mental health, personal growth, prevention and full recovery from all kinds of mental illness.


I’m no longer ashamed of my depression – surviving it is a massive triumph

"You see, besides motherhood, my biggest achievement in life is not a degree, it's not a masters, it's not these things that society has told me are achievements, my biggest achievement to date is surviving depression." Read Deirdre's powerful and inspirational story on surviving depression.

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Media Player | Northern Sound

Great overview of GROW and GROW's work in promoting positive mental health and recovery on Northern Sound FM by Area Coordinator Kathryn Corrigan.

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GROW holds weekly peer support meetings in over 100 locations across Ireland. GROW groups are free to attend. For details of your nearest GROW group, visit

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Carrigtwohill United AFC Presented Cheque for €550 to GROW

A big 'thank you' to Carrigtwohill United AFC for their very kind donation to GROW. The money was raised during the club's end of year charity matches.

Mental Health Symposium in Cork | Grow

A 'Perspectives on Recovery' mental health symposium will take place on Thursday, January 26 in Brookfield Health Science Complex in Cork. The symposium is being held in association with the North Cork Mental Health Rehabilitation and Recovery Team.

15 ways to a positive mindset during the bluest week of the year

January can be a difficult time for many. See suggestions on how to build a positive mindset.

GROW in Ireland Monthly Newsletter

The latest GROW newsletter is now available on the GROW website -

Mental Health Tips

Tips and advice on looking after your mental wellbeing.

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GROW meetings are free to attend and take place in over 100 communities across Ireland each week. For details of your local GROW group, visit

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Yes, you can learn to be happy: And here’s how

Advice and practical tips on learning to be happy and making positive mental health changes.