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A Kinvara based organisation which promotes positive mental health and suicide prevention will be launched on Sunday in the village. Everyone over the age of 14 is welcome to attend.
National Office for Suicide Prevention (NOSP) figures has once again revealed the high levels of male suicide in the country, with the 45 to 54 age bracket most at risk.
The public is being asked to take part in a survey about suicide in a bid to reduce the incidence of both it and self harm in the west of Ireland.
A community event to help promote awareness and healing relating to the impact that suicide has on the lives of people in and around the city of Galway and county, is to be held in the city tomorrow evening Friday September 23.
Turn the Tide of Suicide, Pleasetalk.org and the Union of Students of Ireland brought their collective campaign ‘Send Silence Packing’ to Athlone Institute of Technology last Thursday, February 25.
Families and friends of people lost through suicide in Mayo have the chance to get together to remember their loved ones at Console’s upcoming Christmas Celebration of Light. The evening of song, music, poetry, and reflection takes place in Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Swinford on Sunday November 29 at 4pm. The evening also includes the lighting of candles and a minute’s silence in the presence of others to remember those who are no longer with us on life's journey. More than 500 people lost their lives to suicide in Ireland last year. The event is one of nine celebrations of light being held by the national suicide prevention and bereavement charity Console, with some 6,000 people expected to attend nationwide.
Families and friends of people lost through suicide in Westmeath have the chance to come together to remember their loved ones at Console’s upcoming Celebration of Light.
Minister of State at the Department of Health, Kathleen Lynch, has launched a ‘High Tea and Talk’ campaign which aims to get everyone talking about mental health throughout the month of September.
Three dawn walks for suicide awareness are to take place in Mayo on May 9.
Dear Celia, I should have written to you long ago but I’ve felt so absolutely smashed and not capable of talking to any one about what happened (three weeks earlier, her sister Assia had gassed herself, with her four-year-old daughter, Shura,). Your letter was a lot of support to me. I always liked you in your letters, and in what Assia told me about you, and you said just what was needed.