1 July 2024

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Tuam area councillor says HSE cannot be “bystander” as Pieta House faces funding challenges

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Tuam area councillor says HSE cannot be “bystander” as Pieta House faces funding challenges

A Tuam area councillor says the HSE cannot simply act as a “bystander” while Pieta House faces funding challenges.

It’s as the charity is set to close the existing therapy centre at Bishop Street due to increasing costs.

But it has given a strong assurance that it’s not reducing services and it has no intention whatsoever of leaving Tuam.

At a meeting this week, Independent Ireland Councillor Shaun Cunniffe told Kevin Dwyer that the HSE has a big role to play in the situation.

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