EVE is a programme within the HSE, whose primary ethos is to provide community-based recovery-orientated programmes for adults who experience mental health difficulties, intellectual difficulties, Asperger’s Syndrome, and Physical and Sensory disabilities. EVE have services in 21 locations across the HSE Community Healthcare Areas 6, 7 and 9.

Contact Information:
Manager: Aidan Barnes
EVE GHIS, Brú Chaoimhín, Cork Street, Dublin 8
Tel: +353(0) 415 6801
Fax: +353(0) 415 6870

For further information go to our website – Click here


How do you get to ‘Bru Campus’?Campus Sign

Luas Red Line
Get the Luas to the Fatima Stop on the Red Line and walk to Cork Street from there. It is the stop after St. James Hospital when coming from town.

Buses from Dublin City Centre To Cork Street:
Dame Street – Bus Stop 4522 – at the Ulster Bank
27 – 151 – 77A – 56A – Bus stops right outside ‘Bru Chaoimhin’


Student’s Eligibility
Potential students must be in receipt of or eligible for Disability Allowance. Information regarding eligibility can be sought from the
Department of Social Protection.

Potential students must also be between the age of 18 and 65.