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Young people in Mayo have a new service to support them when it comes to mental health and wellbeing.
An information event takes place this evening at 7pm about CAATCH, a new regional, voluntary, initiative to promote physical and mental wellbeing.
Young people with Type 1 diabetes are being sought to take part in a youth panel aimed at improving the health and wellbeing of 18 to 25-year-olds living with this autoimmune disease.
Worldwide more than one million people die by suicide each year. This week, Suicide Prevention Week provides an opportunity to promote worldwide action to prevent suicides and to build resilience in communities. Communities across the globe will be lighting a candle to show their support for suicide prevention, to remember a lost loved one, and for the survivors of suicide.
Jigsaw Galway is in the process of moving premises from 18 Mary Street in Galway to the former Habitat building at Fairgreen House, Fairgreen Road, Galway. The move is set to be completed by tomorrow, February 25.
It was not just the driving winds and rain that hit Galway with unrelenting vigour on Tuesday as many numerous charities, community groups, and research organisations received a visit from President Mary McAleese who during her whirlwind whistle-stop tour of the city and county praised the excellent work and the valuable resources being created.
A cycle being held in aid of the local Jigsaw project aims to raise vital funds for the organisation and heighten awareness about the role local communities can play in safeguarding young people’s health and wellbeing.
A new health service, the first of its kind for young people in Ireland, will open in the city today (Thursday).
Jigsaw Galway celebrated its first anniversary this week with the launch of its new website.