Connecting for Life
Ireland’s National Strategy to Reduce Suicide 2015-2020
Connecting for Life Goal 1: Improved Understanding
Connecting for Life Goal 2: Empowered Communities
Connecting for Life Goal 3: Focus on Priority Groups
Connecting for Life Goal 4: Better Access to Supports
Connecting for Life Goal 5: High Quality Services
Connecting for Life Goal 6: Reduced Access to Means
Connecting for Life Goal 7: Better Data and Research
Today, the Middle Aged Men & Suicide in Ireland Report was launched by the HSE and The Men's Health Forum in Ireland.
The Green Ribbon Impact Report shows three out of four (75%) people in Ireland are talking about mental health due to the campaign.
Current briefing documents from NOSP on suicide figures from the Central Statistics Office and on European comparisons from Eurostat.
This Implementation Plan describes the strategic and operational agenda that will be needed to further drive the implementation of CfL
A range of information resources to support those bereaved through suicide in Cork.
In 1999, WHO launched SUPRE, its worldwide initiative for the prevention of suicide. This 2017 booklet is a 2nd revision of one of the resources prepared.
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