The HSE South, together with a host of community partners, offers FREE training to individuals and groups who are interested in learning skills that will contribute to reducing incidents of self-harm and suicide in our community. Please view the training schedule here and click on the training date you’re interested in for more information.
To Access Support:
If you are experiencing distress or worried about someone else in your life that you think needs support as they may be vulnerable, please note that the following supports are available to you:
HSE South free-phone 24/7 Suicide Prevention Helpline: 1800 742 745
HSE South free-phone 24/7 Farm & Rural Stress Helpline: 1800 742 645
Samaritans volunteers can be contacted on: Freephone 116 123 at anytime of the day or night and by Text 087 2 60 90 90 (standard text rates apply)
Email email@example.com – you can also visit Samaritans volunteers in your local branch. For details visit www.samaritans.ie
You can also contact your own G.P. or South Doc which is an Out Of Hours GP service: please phone: 1850 335999 or go your nearest Emergency Dept.
Suicide Bereavement Support:
If you have been bereaved by suicide or are affected by someone who has taken their own life, support is available for you through a partnership between the HSE South and Pieta House Services via a free-phone 24/7 helpline 1800 247247 or visit www.pieta.ie Pieta House. Cork: Tel no: 021 4341400
To access support information for those bereaved or affected by suicide in the 5 geographical areas of Cork, please click this link below to to access same:
or go to www.bereavement.ie