STOP Suicide Manorhamilton

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StopSuicide value and care for each person who seeks their services. Through their experience of working with self- harm and suicide they acknowledge the very difficult life events that can lead people to hurt themselves, or end their lives.
Their purpose is to provide a safe, confidential place where you can safely talk about the loss, stress, confusion, conflicts and other pain in your life. Their style of Counselling is to Listen, Support and perhaps help you with insight to either change what is possible to change or to live more contentedly and creatively with that which is not. They act to intervene with appropriate support, commitment and compassion.
Adequate funding must be provided for suicide prevention, otherwise they cannot be effective. STOP Suicide will continue to lobby for regular funding for similar voluntary groups. They greatly acknowledge all the groups, individuals, clubs, organisations and agencies that consistently fund raise for STOP Suicide.

Call Stop Suicide
FREE PHONE 1850 211 877 / 0867772009. Lines are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 6pm
Call the Samaritans
The 24 hour listening service, to talk to someone NOW………….. Call 1850 60 90 90
Call One life on Freephone
Available 24 hours every day – 1800 247 100 or text the word HELP to 51444

STOP Suicide was founded in 2004 by families who were breaved by suicide. They are a community, voluntary body that works to prevent suicide by informing educating and promoting positive suicide prevention policies throughout the west and north-west of Ireland. Their offices are located upstairs at the Beepark Resource Centre in Manorhamilton Co. Leitrim.
Their fully qualified Garda Vetted Counsellors are located across Sligo, Leitrim, Donegal, Cavan, Longford, Mayo, & Roscommon. Each of the counsellors have their own counselling rooms available. They also have a counselling room available at the Beepark Resource Centre in Manorhamilton.

What They Do
• They provide a counselling service to those that are in distress or feeling suicidal, to those who have been bereaved by suicide.
• They promote awareness of the problem of suicide & suicidal behaviour in the general public by holding information evenings & workshops by communication of relevant material through the media.
• They ensure the public are better informed about suicide prevention
They facilitate a breavement support group to those who have been breaved by suicide.

Prevention is the way forward’ They provide a variety of counselling services. Contact STOP on 0867772009 anytime.