Tipperary Course For Supporters Of People With Mental Health Struggles

People in Tipperary who are supporting family, friends, neighbours, colleagues or community members that are struggling with their mental health are being offered a unique opportunity to avail of a fully funded programme designed especially for them. Suicide or Survive’s ‘Supporters Programme’ teaches supporters practical skills they can use to support the people they care about. […]

Family Peer Support Meetings

SHINE, supporting people with mental ill health, invites you to our relative support Group Meeting in Aras Follain, Tyone, Nenagh at 8.00pm every second Wednesday Monthly.  If you are supporting a relative or friend who is experiencing mental health issues, and you would like support in a confidential and comfortable space, join us.

Ballyhoura Green Ribbon Walk In Aid Of Mental Health

Ballyhoura Beo are hosting a Green Ribbon Walk to encourage people to take time out of their busy lives, go for a walk and support the campaign to change minds about mental health – one conversation at a time. The walk is part of a month-long national Green Ribbon Campaign organised by See Change to […]

North Tipperary Macra na Feirme

North Tipperary Macra Best of luck to all those taking part in the  Tipperary round of the National talent competition on Sunday next in Clonmore. Ballinahinch/Killoscully Macra na Feirme: On Sunday last Ballinahinch/Killoscully Macra had a meet and greet with the local community after mass in Killoscully. They were delighted to inform the public about […]

Devilsbit Macra na Feirme

Devilsbit Macra na Feirme tackles stigma on Mental Health   On Thurday 16th February, Devilsbit Macra na Feirme, in conjunction with Cara O Mahony of the Macra Rural Youth Committee hosted a “Mental Health Talk with a Difference” in Racket Hall.The night was opened by a talk from Emmet Middleton who spoke frankly and honestly […]

Irish Women Have Been Sharing Their Secrets

Irish women in London have been anonymously sharing their secrets. These confessions – ranging from regret, betrayal, desire to childhood memory – have been collected together and will be showcased in an upcoming art exhibition and book entitled Cailíní Secret. Launched on St Brigid’s Day (Wednesday 1 February) at the London Irish Centre, the exhibition […]

Hugh Increase In Teenagers Contacting Teeline Ireland For Support in 2016

TeenLine Ireland have announced that the free, national listening service for teenagers has received approximately 25,000 calls and almost 26,000 texts since January last year. The service receives between 140 – 170 calls and texts a night while an extra 1,100 calls and texts were received over Christmas. This is a significant increase on the […]

‘Chats for Change’ Packs To Be Distributed Across College Campuses

The Union of Students in Ireland will distribute thousands of ‘Chats for Change’ packs across Irish college campuses, in partnership with St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, See Change’s Please Talk, Twitter and Roberts Tea. The campaign encourages students to proactively engage with their peers about mental health through conversation.  The campaign will also include tips […]

Most People Think It’s Important To Talk Openly About Mental Health

91% of people in Ireland feel it is important to talk about mental health openly following See Change’s Green Ribbon Campaign 2016, according to recent research. The Green Ribbon Campaign is See Change’s flagship campaign. Each May the public are encouraged to talk openly about mental health to help end the stigma associated with  mental […]

Peer Support Training

Have you experience of mental Health Issues and are in a place of good positive recovery? Come and join us for Peer Support Training where you can learn: To recognise our ability to give and accept peer support The core principles and skills of peer support To put into effective boundaries Have fun and meet […]

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