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Good morning, welcome to Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland
Students Against Suicide 2017
Students Against Suicide is our National Awareness and Solidarity Campaign for 2017. Students from across the country contact us daily asking why more isn't being done about youth suicide specifically. YSPI's Schools Programme will reach around 24,000 students in schools and colleges across the country this year but we don't receive a cent from the government. We want 2017 to be our year of awareness, our year of solidarity with the families, friends and fellow students of those young people who have died by suicide.
School Visits Programme 2016-17
Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland works exclusively with young people ages 12 -22 to raise awareness of youth suicide. We work with schools, colleges and youth groups to provide youth suicide prevention services which are all provided under the Four Steps to Help Programme for Schools.
Skydive Against Suicide 2017
Challenge yourself with Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland and sign up to our Skydive against Suicide. This is our biggest fundraising campaign for 2017 and we’re hoping to encourage people from all over Ireland to participate in YSPI Skydive against Suicide.

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Notices

  • Issuing of fundraising certificates
    PLEASE NOTE Due to changes in our fundraising policies we are no longer automatically issuing Fundraising Certificates upon signing up to one of our events.  Certificates are now only required for fundraising events where a business may require confirmation from the charity that a genuine fundraising event is being planned,…
  • Campus Representative Programme 2016
    You can join YSPI as a volunteer Campus Representative and help promote our vital work in your school or college "because one life lost is one life too many" YSPI are looking to improve our services for secondary schools, colleges and universities around the country, and as part of this…
  • YSPI Annual Report & Audited Accounts 2015
    YSPI's Annual Activity Report and Audited Financial Statements for financial year 2015 are now available to view online. Click HERE to view the Annual Report and Accounts in full
  • Emergency Information Website Opens
    Following a lot of feedback from our School Visits we have created a new mobile friendly website for Emergency Information. To view the new site and to get access to immediate emergency information please vsiit http://ineedhelp.irish

Upcoming Events

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28 Feb 2017

Mar
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01 Mar 2017

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02 Mar 2017

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03 Mar 2017

Mar
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07 Mar 2017

Mar
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08 Mar 2017

Please Supprt Our Work

chalk board legs text2donate schoolsv2Please help fund our National School Visits Programme by texting YSPI SCHOOL to 50300 to send us a €4.00 donation.

Every 50 text donations will cover the costs of sending a specialist team to visit a school or college during 2016 so for less than the cost of a pint you can help to save young lives throughout Ireland.

100% of your €4.00 donation goes directly to Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland across most network operators. Some network operators apply VAT which means that a minimum of €3.25 will go to Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline: 076 680 5278.

Schools Visit Information

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Schools in our programme
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Schools joined programme in 2016-17
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Students trained since Sept 2016
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Student target for 2016-17

Dates still available for 2017
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Warning 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.

Helplines

The Samaritans116 123
Pieta House1800 247 247
Aware1890 30 33 02
ISPCC Childline1800 66 66 66
Teen-Line Ireland1800 83 36 34

Contact Us

Youth Suicide Prevention Ireland (RCN20070670)
59 High Street
Killarney
Co Kerry V93 N977
Tel 021 - 242 7173
Email admin@yspi.eu