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Support, information, advocacy and training offered by persons who have experienced mental health difficulties. They have peer advocates (contact details on the website) working in the majority of counties throughout Ireland and regularly meet people in acute psychiatric units, training centers, day centers and day hospitals as well as meeting people in the community.
The Irish Association of Suicidology provide a forum where all organisations can come together and exchange knowledge regarding any aspect of suicidology which is gained from differing perspectives and experiences . The IAS is dedicated to disseminating information about suicide and suicide prevention so that public opinion can respond to the issue in an informed manner. They aim to facilitate communication between clinicians, volunteers, survivors and researchers in all matters relating to suicide and suicidal behaviour.
Counselling and support group for the bereaved those bereaved by suicide
Jigsaw is a network of programmes across Ireland designed to make sure every young person has somewhere to turn to and someone to talk to. They provide support to people with mental health issues like drugs and alcohol, body image, bullying, feeling anxious, feeling low, loss and grief, self-harm and more. There are 10 different Jigsaw locations (Clondalkin, Donegal, Dublin 15, Galway, Kerry, Meath, North Fingal, Offaly, Roscommon, & Tallaght)
The Jigsaw Support Line provides mental health support and advice to young people aged 12 to 25 years old, and parents or concerned adults who live in the Republic of Ireland. To get in touch:
Jigsaw Online is an online service offering group chats, articles and AskJigsaw (anonymously ask questions about mental health).
MyMind provide accessible and affordable counselling and psychotherapy services in Dublin, Cork and Limerick.
Their fees are based on employment status, so if you're unemployed or a student, you can access their service with reduced rates.
MyMind Services include face-to-face counselling, online video sessions, and work-based counselling.
You can book an appointment on their website.
The National Office for Suicide Prevention oversee the implementation of 'Reach Out,' the National Strategy for Action on Suicide Prevention, and co-ordinates suicide prevention efforts around the country.
implementation of 'Reach Out' the National Strategy for Action on Suicide Prevention
Co-ordinate suicide prevention efforts around the country
Speak regularly with agencies and individuals interested and active in suicide prevention
The NOSP works closely with the HSE Resource Officers for Suicide Prevention
Niteline is an anonymous, confidential, non-judgemental and non-directive listening, support and information service run by and for the students of ITT, ITB, MU, NCAD, NCI, RCSI, TCD and UCD and their affiliate colleges.
Niteline are there if you ever feel that you would like to talk to someone that will listen, accept and understand without judging. You can talk about anything - no problem is too big or too small.
Niteline is open every night during term time from 9:00pm to 2:30am.
As well as calling, you can also contact Niteline via their instant messaging service on their online listening page.
Pieta House offers specialised treatment to clients who self-harm, suffer from suicidal ideation or have made multiple suicide attempts. Clients receive an intensive programme of one-to-one counselling lasting about four to six weeks. Pieta House is a non-profit organisation and thier service is FREE of CHARGE. They now have branches at Ballyfermot, Finglas, Lucan, Limerick, Tallaght, Kerry, Tipperary and Galway.
Information and full contact details on ALL the student support services of all the Universities and Institutes of Technology in the Republic of Ireland. It was founded in response to the deaths of a number of students by suicide in the student populous.
ReachOut.com is a service dedicated to taking the mystery out of mental health. It is an online service to help young people aged 16-25 years get through tough times. They aim to provide quality assured mental health information and inspiring real life stories by young people to help other young people get through tough times. ReachOut.com also provides information about other services that can help people deal with mental health problems.