Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland

  Helplines

If you are feeling suicidal or you know someone who is feeling suicidal then you should seek immediate help by contacting your GP or other health professional, or by calling one of the national support lines below: Samaritans 1Life Childline Aware Ireland Dublin Rape Crisis Centre OANDA (GLBT) Recovery (Substance...

  The Four Steps to Help Programme

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  Golden Rules of Suicide Prevention

  Listen to what people say to you and show that they can open up to you.. Don't be afraid to ask direct questions about suicidal thoughts - you won't put ideas into their head. Never keep suicide a secret.- if someone asks you to keep their suicidal thoughts a...

  Myths about Suicide

FALSE!!     If I talk to people about their suicidal feelings, it will put the idea into their heads.  FALSE!!     If a person talks about wanting to die that is a sure sign that no suicide attempt will be made.    FALSE!!     If you think about suicide or suicide attempts, you will...

  Welcome to the Four Steps to Help Programme

The Four Steps to Help Programme focuses on providing a mantra for youth suicide pevention, four simple steps that will allow any of us to: become more aware of our friends, peers and those around us everyday recognise the warning signs of suicidal and pre-suicidal behaviours ask the right questions...

  Say the 'S' Word Comic Strip

The Say the 'S' Word comic strip was commissioned from Greg Fox, an american cartoonist and illustrator. The comic strip features the Carter Family, Mary and John and their two children, Declan and Jane. Mary Wife to John Mother of Declan and Jane John Husband to Mary Father of Declan...