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With the number of enquiries to Grow Mental Health soaring by 400% since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the charity is hosting online support groups throughout the country and several of these are based in Mayo.
Helplink Mental Health is a west of Ireland charitable organisation that provides free or low cost mental health services; seven days a week and out-of-hours. These services are available for all.
Helplink Mental Health is a Galway-based charitable organisation that provides free or low cost mental health services for the people of Galway and beyond; 7 days a week and out-of-hours. These services are available for all.
Mental Health non-profit Let’s Get Talking has teamed up with St. Anthony’s & Claddagh Credit Union and St. Jarlath’s Credit Union to provide online mental health supports.
Fine Gael Senator for Roscommon-Galway Aisling Dolan has welcomed funding of €145,550 announced for Athlone Institute of Technology (AIT).
Mayo schools are to implement a mental health and wellbeing programme in the classroom over the next three years with the support of local organisations.
Throughout 2020, Cara - the national body for Sports Inclusion - has been successfully piloting the Xcessible Local Sports Partnership (LSP) / National Governing Body (NGB) Bronze Award with the following seven organisations; Basketball Ireland, Swim Ireland, Badminton Ireland, Cycling Ireland, Mayo Sports Partnership, Clare Sports Partnership and Kildare Sports Partnership.
A new foundation committed to improving the mental health of young people in Ireland was launched this week.
A demand for the Galway City Council to appoint a Full-Time Access Officer, and for the full implementation of The Equal Status Act, Public Sector Duty, and the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, will be made today.
Fianna Fáil Senator Lisa Chambers speaking about the impact of lockdown on people said: "We have rightly been focused on protecting public health from Cobid-19 and working to ensure our hospitals do not become over run but there have been unintended consequences for people's mental health as we roll in and out of lockdown and little has been done to help people."