Connecting for Life Wexford, the suicide prevention and self-harm plan for County Wexford, is currently under review.
Find Support in Wexford
If you have a mental health concern, there are supports available in your local area. You can download the booklet 'Wexford Community Mental Health Services - A Key to Recovery' here.
Your local GP
Find a local family doctor (GP) or health centre by visiting the HSE.ie online service finder. GPs are also listed under 'General Practitioners' in the Golden Pages.
GP Out of Hours Services
If it's late in the evening, night time or the weekend, you can contact a GP out of hours service.
Caredoc (1850 334 999), covers the South East, 6pm-8am weekdays and 24 hours on weekends/bank holidays.
Hospital Emergency Services
Hospitals are listed on the HSE.ie online service finder. You can also contact the emergency services by calling 999 or 112 if you or someone else has harmed themselves or taken an overdose.
HSE Mental Health Services
If you have been (or are currently) supported by a mental health team, go to the Emergency Department or contact the service you are attending and ask for an appointment as soon as possible.
For confidential, non-judgemental support, the Samaritans are free to call, anytime day or night on 116 123 in the Republic of Ireland.
Visit yourmentalhealth.ie to search for supports in Wexford, and information on what to do when someone tells you they are suicidal or at risk of self harm.
Bereavement Support and Information for Wexford
This page was last updated on 11th July 2017.