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
The Youth Mental Health Resource Booklet - a Connecting for Life Cork project - was launched by Lord Mayor Cllr Mick Finn on February 5th.
Current briefing documents from NOSP on suicide figures from the Central Statistics Office and on European comparisons from Eurostat.
Today (December 6th) the newly revised Family Resource Centre (FRC) National Mental Health Promotion Project Suicide Prevention Code of Practice was launched.
This research addresses a gap by focusing on journalists’ understandings and experiences of mental health and suicide coverage in Ireland.
In response to concerns over student mental health, the USI recently launched the ReCharge mental health campaign and +Connections mental health support app.
This paper summarises the findings from a survey of key stakeholders involved in the development of the Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services.
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