NiteLine Dublin

NiteLine Dublin

Not-For-Profit Information

NiteLine Dublin is an out-of-hours peer support service for third level students. We offer a listening and information service run by and for third level students every night of the week during term-time. We provide a service that is anonymous, confidential, non-judgemental and non-directive.

NiteLine Dublin was established in 1993 by the Students’ Unions of Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin. Inspired by similar student-run services in the UK, they aimed to set up a late night listening service to provide free and anonymous peer support to students over the phone. Over the last 28 years, we have expanded to 7 third-level institutions in Dublin and the surrounding areas. We now offer our services to more than 100,000 students. Since the introduction of our instant messaging service in 2012, our annual contact volume has shot up from just over 600 contacts in the academic year 2012/2013 to just over 2 thousand contacts in the year 2018/2019. 75% of our contacts now come in via instant messaging, with only 25% of our contacts coming in via phone.

In November 2020, NiteLine recruited its first Board of Trustees and in December 2020, NiteLine applied for charitable status. We became a registered charity in August 2021 (CRN: 20206226).

NiteLine's  Strategic Plan 2021-2025 can be found here. Our 2020/21 Annual Report can be found here.

Number of paid employees: 
0 employees
Current board size: 
Annual turnover: 
€0 - €50,000
Not-for-Profit focus: 
Mental Health, Voluntary Work

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