The needs of survivors are at the heart of everything that Caranua does
Survivors are entitled to compassion, respect and dignity
Caranua will always be open and fair in every way
Caranua was established to provide funding for support services that are relevant to the needs of survivors who, as children, experienced abuse in residential institutions in Ireland. Now, as the limited Fund that was provided to support survivors decreases, the work that Caranua was established to carry out is nearly complete.
If you spent time in a residential institution as a child and received an award through settlement, Court or the Redress Board you may be eligible to apply to Caranua. If you have not already applied and need our support please apply by
Wednesday 1 August 2018
You can contact us by phone, email or post.
Our office hours are 9.30am to 5.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Freephone from Ireland 1800 212477
Freephone from UK 0808 234 1303
(Charges may apply from some mobile networks)
From anywhere +353 1 8742277
(not a freephone number from outside Ireland and the UK)
POST: PO Box 12477 Dublin 1
How Caranua put the survivor first
Through no fault of my own I have a lot of health problems but it is making my life much easier since I got in contact with Caranua
Anonymous (age 40) Dublin
Caranua is currently holding monthly information clinics for applicants in the Deaf Village. The information clinics are for applicants, or potential applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing. The information clinics take place in the Citizens Information Centre in...
Seanad Éireann: Commencement Matters Caranua Senator Victor Boyhan: I welcome the Minister for Education and Skills to the House and thank him for coming in to deal with this matter. This matter relates to Caranua. We need to rehearse how Caranua come about. It came...
Note from the Board of Caranua following publication of Review of Eligibility to apply to Caranua by the Department of Education