April 26, 2013

Mental Health
Irish Examiner (Thursday 25th April 2013)
One conversation at a time: That’s how See Change tackles the stigma associated with mental ill-health.
Donegal Peoples Press (Monday 22nd April 2013)
Jigsaw takes in young people at all levels of need, you can be sure when you walk through the door you’ll be taken seriously.
Santry Informer (Wednesday 24th April 2013)
The boundary between everyday feelings of depression and clinical depression isn’t always clear.
Evening Echo (Thursday 25th April 2013)
West Cork Gardai are taking a pro-active approach to cyber-bullying in a bid to prevent a potential future tragedy.
Irish Times (Tuesday 23rd April 2013)
Depression and isolation have hit Northern Ireland’s large Polish community hard: a concerned group is doing something about it.
Suicide Prevention
Irish Examiner (Friday 26th April 2013)
Donal is fighting for his life for the third time in four years and had no hope, it made him angry to hear of young people taking their lives.
Irish Independent (Friday 26th April 2013)
The free app will contain 30 different real-life video testimonials from people who have overcome their suicidal thoughts.
Irish Examiner (Thursday 25th April 2013)
Research shows that more suicides are prevented by family and friends than by any organisation or institution.
The Herald (Tuesday 23rd April 2013)
Dublin fire fighters have launched a new initiative to tackle suicide.
Irish Examiner (Tuesday 23rd April 2013)
Personalities from across a broad spectrum of Irish life yesterday took to their bikes to aid a suicide awareness charity.