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Helpline:     041 – 9843730
SMS Text:   086 – 1654111
Monday – Thursday 10am – 4pm
Out Of Hours:
1800 778 888


Victim Rights

If you have been a victim of sexual abuse, it is vital to know that you are not alone, and that help is available to you. We appreciate the importance of defending victims' rights and dignity, as well as ensuring that they receive the required support, help, and protection. We amplify survivors' voices, by advocating for their rights, to ensure you are supported.


Victim Resources

It can be reassuring and helpful to learn about the options and actions you can take after experiencing sexual abuse. Recovery from sexual assault or abuse is a unique process that takes time and is personal to each individual — there is no set timeline for healing. We can assist you on your journey to seeking justice and restoration of your dignity.

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Our History 

Since 2009 when we were established as a Charity we have been determined to highlight the plight of sexual abuse victims in Irelands healthcare services.

You may be interested in viewing our documentaries in association with RTE1 Prime Time Investigations.



Welcome to Dignity4Patients website and thank you for taking the time to visit us virtually.


Please feel free to browse through our website to fully understand our service and how we can help you personally.

Alternatively, watch to our CEO's welcome video below.

Welcome Video

About Us

Dignity4Patients is a patient support and advocacy organisation to support you. We work with people who have experienced sexual abuse or inappropriate sexual behaviour in a medical, healthcare, or therapeutic environment.


We aim to treat you with the respect and dignity you deserve and should have received.

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Victim Support

Nearly a half a century since Pat suffered this abuse, he believes he got justice, and hopes his journey will give hope to others.

Pat was interviewed as part of a  Primetime investigation on RTE, you can watch his interview here.

Follow us @dignity4patients

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