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Bloomfield Mental Health Services is a charity providing treatment, care, and support to adults with severe and enduring mental health needs, including specialist services for Huntington’s disease.
Founded in 1812 by Quakers in Ireland, Bloomfield Mental Health Services provides care that is rooted in the principle of honouring the dignity of every person who comes through its doors.
The services provided at Bloomfield bridge the neurological and psychiatric disciplines. This joint approach is one aspect of what sets Bloomfield apart. Specialist mental health assessment, treatment, and support services are all provided from a purpose-built facility in Rathfarnham. Adults with a range of serious and enduring mental health issues and neuropsychiatric disorders are treated, such as those with Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia, Parkinson’s disease, and Huntington’s disease.
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What we do
We provide person-centred care to meet the needs of those with dementia and their families.
Alzheimer Cafés are safe and relaxed evenings where people with dementia, their families, friends, and health and social care professionals can come together to talk and socialise.More Information »
In partnership with the Huntington’s Disease Association of Ireland (HDAI), Bloomfield has introduced a HD Café for those affected by Huntington’s disease – to provide support, help, and hope for patients, families, and carers.More Information »
Research, Education, & Training
As a teaching hospital affiliated with Trinity College Dublin and engaging in international research programmes, Bloomfield is committed to being a leader in mental health care.More Information »