Looking after your Mental Health at Christmas

Looking after your mental health at Christmas: 

The Christmas and New Year period is a particularly vulnerable time for people and there is evidence of an increase in self-harm presentations to emergency departments during this time. For more information, please see: www.yourmentalhealth.ie/mind-yourself/good-mental-health/feel-well/christmas/ 

SUPPORT SERVICES 
  
Call 999 if it is a crisis. 
  
Your GP will refer to appropriate HSE services, for example, primary care psychology, child and adolescent mental health, adult mental health. 
  
You can also access, 24 hour helpline support: 
  
Samaritans: Freephone – 116 123; Text – 087 2 60 90 90 (standard text rates apply); Visit us – find your nearest branch on www.samaritans.org 

Pieta House – 1800 247 247. 
  
Children and Adolescents can access: 
Childline Helpline – 1800 66 66 66 
Childline – Text “support” to 50101 (available between 10 am – 4am daily). 
  
Women’s Aid National Freephone Helpline – 1800 341 900. 

For further information on mental health support services please visit: www.yourmentalhealth.ie 

100370 HSE Connecting for Life Cavan Monaghan Emergency numbers

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