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Mary Butler TD, Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, has officially launched the new HSE National Suicide Bereavement Support Guide.
During this year's First Fortnight Festival, a short film called "It Doesn't Matter" formed part of the recent Empowered Voices event.
The Crowne Hotel in Blanchardstown was the backdrop for a celebration to mark the publication of the Best Practice Guidance for Suicide Prevention Services: Working together for high-quality services and the involvement of all those who contributed to the project.
HSE Mental Health Operations together with the National Office for Suicide Prevention have published Improving suicide bereavement supports in Ireland.
The HSE NOSP has produced a helpful booklet outlining how social media content that promotes suicide can be harmful, and how to report it.
Addressing Suicide Prevention in Ireland from the Bottom Up: Lessons from the Frontline is a half-day workshop that takes place on Tuesday, September 17th.
Connecting for Life partner, See Change, have officially launched its 7th annual Green Ribbon Campaign to end Mental Health Stigma.
An independent assessment of “top-down” implementation advancements across all CfL actions, objectives and goals.
The Youth Mental Health Resource Booklet - a Connecting for Life Cork project - was launched by Lord Mayor Cllr Mick Finn on February 5th.
In response to concerns over student mental health, the USI recently launched the ReCharge mental health campaign and +Connections mental health support app.
John Meehan, the Head of National Office for Suicide Prevention, announces funding for a 'Homeless Specific Out of Hours Counselling Service'.
A new initiative aimed at raising awareness, reducing stigma and promoting healthy and health-seeking behaviour in our medical workforce.
The first Connecting for Life symposium focused on internet safety and suicidal behaviour.
Connecting for Life; Dublin South East, Dún Laoghaire and East Wicklow, Reducing Suicide Together 2015 – 2020 was officially launched by the Minister for Health Simon Harris, T.D. at Wicklow Primary Healthcare Centre, Wicklow Town.