About Us

Mission and Philosophy

We aim is to provide people who have experienced mental health difficulties, with support and guidance through training, peer support and information services, to enable them to become more active in their local community and the workforce.
Our philosophy is built around values that underpin mental health recovery; personal responsibility, self-advocacy, hope, support and education. We encourage those who use our services to take personal responsibility for all aspects of their personal and working lives.
TTN was set up as a limited company with charity status in 1995. Its purpose was to respond to an identified need for support for people with mental health difficulties in West and South West Dublin, to help them forge links in the local community and undertake back to work training. At that time funding was secured from FAS to provide ‘Back to work’ training courses, this training continues to the present day. The HSE make a financial contribution to our peer support and information services. All other services are provided through fund raising activities and successful grant applications.

Currently we provide
-FETAC accredited training programmes
-The Well Being Café peer support service
-Positive mental health and self-development training programmes-on request
-WRAP facilitation, on a request
-Pilot Supported Socialisation 'Head Out Project'