Who are we?


Tirzah works to end human trafficking in Ireland. As a Christian organisation, we
believe in the God-given dignity of each person and will work for the freedom and
well-being of those who are sold as property today.


Prayer is an essential part of this ministry. We express ourselves through prayer walks in Dublin or in-house prayer meetings and ongoing intercession.


We organise fundraising events and we have social media presence.


Speaking for those whose voice remains unheard in churches, schools and other public events.

Latest from Tirzah


5 Things You Didn’t Know About Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a travesty that many consider a problem of the past, or at least one limited to outside the United States. Unfortunately, in today’s globalized society, the problems of human trafficking are embedded in aspects of Americans’ daily lives in ways that many may not be aware of – taking on new forms…

Irish men who buy sex are unaffected by knowledge of trafficking

Irish men who buy sex are unaffected by knowledge of trafficking

Sex traffickers in Ireland make €250 million every year. A new report, published by the European Commission, shows that the buyers of sex here are mostly well educated men in relationships. 92% are over the age of 45, earning over €20,000 a year. One in five said they had come across young girls who had…

EU supports global action to address human trafficking

The European Union together with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the United Nations Children’s Fund (Unicef) and International Organization for Migration (IOM) joined forces with the government to officially launch the “Global Action to Prevent and Address Trafficking in Persons and the Smuggling of Migrants Program” in Vientiane Wednesday. Read more:…

Where you can receive help


Women’s Health Project

The Women’s Health Project was established in 1991, as part of the HIV/AIDS prevention strategy. The project, based in Baggot Street Hospital, provides an accessible drop-in service, open in the evenings and weekends. A full sexual health screening and counselling service is available including HIV and Hepatitis A, B and C testing, vaccinations, smears, counselling, contraception, pregnancy testing and advice, support, referral and education. Additional services include a methadone and needle exchange programme. All services, including drugs and condoms, are free.

The Women’s Health Project is a sexual health and support service for women working in prostitution. We provide sexual health screening, addiction services, outreach to streets and parlours, training and education workshops. Clinical services are based at 19 Haddington Road, Dublin 4 (beside Baggot St Hospital).

Translation services can be provided by phone or in person in several different languages.

Women’s Health Project
Baggot Street Clinic
Tel : +353 1 6699515
E-mail : admin.whp@hse.ie

The GUIDE (Genital Urinary and Infectious Disease) Clinic

James’s Street, Dublin 8

Tel: 01 416 2315/6

Website: www.guide2guide.ie

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday by appointment


Treatment for:

* Sexually transmitted diseases;

* HIV;

* Infectious diseases.

Dublin 12 Domestic Violence Service

Helpline: 01 400 2080/ 01 4002085
Email: d12dvs@eircom.net
Website: www.d12dvs.ie

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday 9.30am to 1.30pm


* Confidential Helpline

* Information

* Allow women work through all the options available to them

* Referral – Support women in making links with other services

* Education/awareness raising

* Outreach

Women’s Aid

Tel: 01 868 4721

Helpline: 1800 341 900 (10am to 10pm, 7 days)

Email: info@womensaid.ie

Website: www.womensaid.ie

Access Hours: 10am – 10 pm 7 days a week


* National Freephone Helpline, open 10am – 10pm every day except Christmas Day: free, confidential service accessible throughout Ireland

* Information

* Emotional Support

* Safety Supports

* Practical Support

* Child Related supports

* Referral

* Court and Other Accompaniment

* Text and fax service available to deaf women, Text: 087 959 7980 (strictly for text use by deaf women) Fax: 01 868 4721

* Outreach

* Training for Statutory and Voluntary Agencies

* Awareness Raising

Ruhama – Supporting women affected by prostitution & human trafficking

All Hallows College,
Grace Park Rd, Drumcondra, Dublin 9
Tel: 01 836 02 92
Email: admin@ruhama.ie

Website: www.ruhama.ie


* Outreach

* Advocacy

* Accompaniment

* Befriending

* Counsellling

* Development/Exiting Programmes

Immigrant Council of Ireland

2 St Andrew Street

Dublin 2

Telephone 01 674 0202

Email: admin@immigrantcouncil.ie

Website: www.immigrantcouncil.ie


* Information and Referral Service

* Legal Service

* Specialist Immigration Advocacy Service

* Racist Incidents Support and Referral Service

* Education and Training

* Subscription Service

* Report a Racist Incident

Free Legal Advice Centres Ltd (FLAC)

13 Lower Dorset Street

Dublin 1

Tel: Information and Referral Line 1890 350 250

Website: www.flac.ie


* Specialist advice centres in immigration, family and employment law.

* Protective Services

* Shelters

Aoibhneas Women's Refuge

Helpline : 01 867 0701 (24 hour service)

Tel: 01 867 0701
Email: aoibh2@indigo.ie
Website: www.aoibhneas.org


* Emergency Accommodation

* Support & Information

* Counselling

* Court Accompaniment

* Children Services

* Outreach and Aftercare Services

* Telephone Helpline

Rathmines Womens Refuge

Helpline : 01 4961002

Email: womensrefuge@eircom.net

Opening Hours: 24 hours a day, 365 days a year


* Emergency Accommodation

* Support & Information

* Counselling

* Court Accompaniment

* Children’s Services

* Outreach Services

* Telephone Helpline

Saoirse Women's Refuge

Helpline : 01 463 0000

Email: admin@saoirsewomensrefuge.ie
Website: www.saoirsewomensrefuge.ie

Opening Hours: 24 hour service, open 365 days a year


* Emergency Accommodation

* Support Group

* One to one support

* Confidential Referral

* Rights & Entitlements Advice

* Legal Information

Blue Blindfold Campaign

Anti Human Trafficking Unit
Dept. of Justice and Equality,
51 St. Stephen’s Green,
Dublin 2, Ireland
Email: blueblindfold@garda.ie

Website: www.blueblindfold.gov.ie


* Accommodation.

* Psychological and material assistance.

* Medical treatment.

* Access to translation and interpretation services.

* Access to counselling and information particularly regarding legal rights and access to legal representation.

* Access to labour market and vocational training.

How can you make a difference




Join us  for a prayer walk…

Tirzah fundraising 6


Organise a Not for Sale/Freedom Sunday event to raise awareness of the injustice of human trafficking. We would be delighted to assist you



Would you consider partnering with us as we grow and look at expanding our outreach activities? You could run a fundraising event on our behalf, make a one-off or ongoing donation