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Useful Resources for Promoting Good Mental Health in Your Teenager

 Promoting Good Mental Health in Your Teenager – Coláiste Pobail Bheanntraí – Tuesday 22nd November 2016 – an event organised by The Parents’ Association

Useful Resources :

HSE website:

https://yourmentalhealth.ie

SAMARITANS
http://www.samaritans.org
SMS text message to 087 260 90 90

Phone: 1850 609 090

GROW
https://www.grow.ie

Infoline : 1890 474 474

AWARE

https://www.aware.ie
Helpline:Phone: 1890 303302

Jigsaw
https://www.jigsaw.ie

 

PARENTLINE

http://www.parentline.ie
Phone:1890 927 277

 Spunout

Ireland’s youth information website created by young people, for young people

https://spunout.ie

 BODYWHYS

Eating disorders Ass of Ireland

https://www.bodywhys.ie
Phone:1890 200 444

CHILDLINE

https://www.childline.ie

Phone:1890 927 277
ISPCC

http://www.ispcc.ie
Phone: 041 9833406

BeLonG To

Supporting Lesbian Gay Bisexual & Transgender young people in Ireland

http://www.belongto.org
PHONE: 01 670 6223

Publications:

The following publications can be downloaded from the HSE health promotion website using the following URL

https://www.healthpromotion.ie/publication/fullListing?category=Mental+Health&searchHSE=

 Self-harm and young people: An information booklet for parents & concerned adults (Booklet for parents on deliberate self harm)

‘If someone is thinking of suicide’ (Understanding Suicide and it’s prevention an information booklet for family and

friends)­

Concerned about Suicide (This leaflet has helpful information for anyone concerned about suicide)

Deliberate Self Harm (Leaflet for young people)

Your Mental Health (An A5 booklet giving advice on how to look after your mental health)

Your mental health – LGBT   &  LGBT People in Rural Ireland (A booklet promoting the mental health of LGBT farmers and people living in rural Ireland)

You can do it, but you can’t do it alone – Young Adult Stories of Recovery towards Mental Health (Booklet of stories by young adults who have experienced mental health difficulties, including useful contact information.

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