On this page, you can access a range of resources on the topic of Mental Health.Â Please click on the (blue) links below toÂ find out more ...
Bamford Review - independent review ofÂ the law, policy, and provisions which affect people with mental health needs or a learning disability in Northern Ireland.
âConnecting with Young Menâ: Engage Unit 6 - National Menâs Health Training Programme - an evaluation of the workshops for practitioners (focusing upon engaging young men in mental health issues) delivered across the Republic of Ireland in 2015 and 2016.
Diadhuit - voluntary initiative aimed at addressing the issue of suicide in North Cork.
Engaging Young Men Project: A Report on the Mapping Exercise Conducted in Ireland During 2014 - MHFI research which highlights that young men do care about their mental health and that - by changing even little things - service providers can make a huge difference to the quality of their engagement with young men (PDF, 6.41MB).
Grow - network ofÂ mental health support groups throughoutÂ Ireland.
Heads Up Guys - a Canadian website that supports men in their fight against depression by providing tips, tools and stories of success.
Helplink Mental Health - online and phone-based counselling services, as well as links to sources of help and support.
Irish Association of Suicidology - education and awareness-raisingÂ about suicide.
Male Mental Health in Ireland - report for the One Foundation in 2004 (PDF, 195KB).
Masculinity and Mental Health - paper outlining the key issues for promoting mental health with young men (PDF, 693KB).
Men Suicide and Society - report commissioned by the Samaritans which looks at whyÂ men in mid-life, from disadvantaged backgrounds, are more at risk of suicide (PDF, 2.58MB).
Mental Health Ireland - national voluntary organisation offering information, events, research, networksÂ and projects.
Middle-Aged Men and Suicide in Ireland - MHFI research exploring the factors underpinning the high suicide rates among middle-aged men at risk of marginalisation in the Republic of Ireland, with a view to providing more effective and gender specific programmes, services, and resources to support their mental health and wellbeing (PDF, 4.5MB).
Minding Your Head - spot the symptoms of poor mental health and find simple ways to stay healthy.
National Office for Suicide Prevention - research, training and reports in this field.
National Suicide Research Foundation - research evidenceÂ whichÂ contributes to the prevention of suicidal behaviour in Ireland.
Promoting Mental Health and Wellbeing with Men and Boys: What Works? - report onÂ the core elements that enable successful work with men and boys onÂ mental health promotion, early intervention and stigma reduction (PDF, 1.31MB).
Samaritans - confidential and non-judgemental emotional support, 24 hours a day, for people who are experiencing distress or despair.
See Change - partnership to reduce stigma and challenge the discrimination associated with mental health problems.
Shine - support for people affected by mental ill-health.
Stamp Out Suicide - suicide awareness information for those feeling depressed and suicidal, and for those bereaved by suicide.
Teen-Line Ireland - helpline for teenagersÂ which provides a listening and support service.
The Male Journey - a group of men dedicated to the promotion of a strong and healthy male spirituality.
Turn2Me - an online mental health organisation offering a range of free services to any adult affected by mental health / well-being difficulties.
Young Men and Suicide Project - report on an all-island initiative by the Men's Health Forum in Ireland (MHFI) to identify a range of possible means to promote positive mental health among young men.
Your Mental Health - HSE website offeringÂ information on mental health issues, top tips for little things that can make a difference, real life stories, and a comprehensive database of mental health support services in Ireland.
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