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Athlone Samaritans have busiest year to date

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Athlone Samaritans have had their busiest year to date answering more calls than ever before. Details of the increase in use of Samaritans’ vital service were revealed in the 2013-2014 Impact Report covering Samaritans’ work in Ireland which was launched this week.

You are not alone this Christmas is the message from Samaritans Galway

Almost half a million people called the Samaritans service in Ireland last year with the number of callers to the Galway phoneline reaching an all time high.

Learn about the little things which can boost your mental health

The communications officer of a Galway based national youth website will share his mental health experience in a series of films and advertisements aimed at helping others going through difficult times.

SafeTALK training

SafeTALK is a three hour training programme that prepares anyone over the age of 18 to identify people with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. Following a safeTALK workshop you will be more willing and able to perform an important helping role for people with thoughts of suicide.

“Community engagement” needed to reduce suicide

The Mullingar native at the helm of the National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) believes we can reduce suicide if we look out for each other.

Government inaction on suicide is ‘inexcusable’ says Kitt

It is “inexcusable” that the Government has failed still to fill the key post of Director of the National Office for Suicide Prevention, according to a Galway East TD.

Community Diary

Castlebar grow it yourself meeting

SafeTALK

SafeTALK is a three hour training programme that prepares anyone over the age of 18 to identify people with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources.

Suicide training programme

SafeTALK is a three hour training programme that prepares anyone over the age of 18 to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first aid resources. People who complete the training will be better able to move beyond common tendencies to miss, dismiss or avoid suicide.

State must respond to link between unemployment and suicide says Senator Phelan

The Government must recognise that the level of suicide and suicidal behaviour is a serious social health issue that must be comprehensively dealt with and the necessary services put in place, according to Fine Gael Senator John Paul Phelan.

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