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Notices

  • Next Four Steps College Workshops
    Our next Four Steps College Workshops will be held in the boardroom at Limerick Institute of Technology Student's Union on Tuesday 30th September.  For more details contact Mairéad Keogh, SU…
  • Next School Workshops
    Our next Four Steps to Help School Workshops will be at St Dominics Secondary School, Ballyfermot, Dublin on Friday 19th September 2014.
  • School Talks
    We are taking bookings for Four Steps Suicide Prevention and Intervention talks for schools, colleges and interested organisations for the next academic year. Talks are available by appointment only and…
  • Our Next Awareness Event
    The next Stay safe Suicide Prevention Talk will be held in Portlaoise, Co Laois on Tuesday 9th September 2014 at 7pm.  The event is free of charge and open to…
  • Braille and Large Print
    Suicide Warnings Signs now available in Braille and Large Print formats.  Email admin@yspi.eu to order copies.  

Upcoming Events

Emergency Contact Numbers

The Samaritans
1 Life
Aware
ISPCC Childline
Teen-Line Ireland
116 123 or 1850 60 90 90
1800 247 100
1890 30 33 02
1800 66 66 66
1800 83 36 34

Contact Info

Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland
Atrium Business Centre
Blackpool Retail Park, Blackpool
Cork City, Ireland
Tel 021 - 242 7171 Email admin@yspi.eu

Suicide Warnings Signs

Warning signs may include but are not limited to:
Withdrawing from family and friends.
Having difficulty concentrating and thinking clearly.
Sleeping too much or too little.
Feeling tired most of the time.
Gaining or losing a significant amount of weight.
Talking about feeling hopeless or guilty.
Talking about suicide or death.
Self-destructive behaviour like drinking too much or abusing drugs.
Losing interest in favourite things or activities.
Giving away prized possessions.
Mood swings.
IMPORTANT
If a friend mentions suicide, take it seriously. If they have expressed an immediate plan, or have access to prescription medication or other potentially deadly means, do not leave them alone. Get help immediately.