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This is a website that helps people GET HELP with personal problems. You can read articles, listen to podcasts, talk anonymously in our forums or join an online group support.

To connect, let’s get talking join our forums, just try it, people will listen and support you, whatever it is on our mind, offload.

We are a charity that provides an interactive support community for people with personal problems to share, discuss and offload those problems. Our aim is to use technology to connect people and promote mental wellbeing.

Turn2me is available 24 x 7, 365 days a year and is open to people over 18. Our service is completely anonymous and confidential, your identity will never be disclosed. Go on join in!

Turn2me was founded by Oisin and Diarmuid Scollard, two brothers who had a vision to create a web space for people to share, discuss and offload personal problems and get useful information.

Please contact us at:

We are comprised largely of volunteers from a number of disciplines. We are non-religious, non-political and completely independent.

We offer an interactive support website operating from the link open to all people. The site will offer 24/7 x 365 availability but forums are open to posting from 12am to 12pm each day. Site visitors will be part of a support community which includes forums, blogs, useful assistance, useful information, weekly podcasts that discuss a range of issues and of course useful numbers and further assistance.

This community is dedicated to the memory of Cormac Scollard 1969-2003, a son, a brother, a friend, an artist and a sound engineer. May his legacy always live on through this community.

This website is about a place for people with mental health and personal problems over 18 of years of age to share, discuss and offload those problems. turn2me is 100% confidential, it is non-judgmental and completely anonymous. join us, it is free.

Turn2me, 1st Floor, 29-31 South William Street, Dublin 2
Area serviced:
Contact name:
Oisin Scollard
Job title:
Chief Executive Officer
Opening times:
24hrs a day, 365 days a year

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