Antrim Junior Championship & McCormick Cup Winners 2019
If you need to speak to someone right now, here are some confidential options which provide 24/7 support. If you're worried you might hurt yourself or someone else, please call 999, or go to your nearest A and E.
Our Silent Emergency by Roman Kemps - A important watch
We commend CLG Ciceam Ard Eoin for their involvement in this documentary.
The take away is remember it's ok not to be ok, and it is absolutely ok to ask for help and to ask your friends not just once "Are you OK?" But again "Are you really OK?"
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Whatever you're going through, a Samaritan will face it with you. We're here 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
PIPS Charity is here to provide support to individuals who are considering, or who have at some point considered, ending their own lives. PIPS also provide support to those families & friends who have been touched by suicide.
Nigel is back with another fantastic video to help you mind your mental health and well-being. This week, he's talking about 'Ten things you can do to feel better right now'.
Marty and Robbie had the privilege of bringing Oisín McConville, GAA All Star, onto the podcast and hear his powerful story about gambling addiction, it’s insidious nature, his descent into mental ill health and most importantly his recovery.
Free and confidential counselling and mentoring programme for those experiencing difficulties with their own, or other people’s substance misuse or gambling issues.
One punch kills!
Sometimes, we want to be there for someone but don't know how to start.
It's okay if you're not an expert – just listening can help someone work through what's on their mind. When people feel listened to, it can save a life. https://www.samaritans.org/shush
You might not know it, but you already have all the experience you need to help save a life. Because the small talk we use every day can be all it takes to interrupt someone’s suicidal thoughts and start them on a journey to recovery.
Silence can help someone to think through their thoughts. But when you feel the silence has gone on too long and you're not sure what to say, just ask 'What are you thinking?', to help re-open the conversation.
Identifying the signs and symptoms of depression in a friend or a loved one can be very difficult. You may notice that they seem tired all the time and they may be experiencing difficulties with sleeping and might even seem stressed or withdrawn a lot of the time.
The short clip draws parallels between how to treat physical injury and how we should care for mental pain.
The SET Recovery College offers free educational courses on mental health & recovery which are designed to increase your knowledge & skills around wellness and recovery and promotes hope, control and opportunity. Courses are available to everyone.
EDA (N.I.) exists to provide support, information and understanding to people with eating disorders as well as their families and friends. You are not alone and that support and a non-judgemental, empathetic listening ear are always available.
Find out how much physical activity a day you should be doing.
When it comes to being healthy many of us think about changes we’d like to make in our lives. Being more physically active, eating well, stopping smoking, drinking alcohol at levels that won’t hurt us, looking after our mental health are all important.
Let's move more and sit less. If you take one thing from this section, let it be that simple message. Find out about walking for health, recreational games and GAA for all.
Eventually we will all experience the death of someone close to us, and it is a more common experience as we get older. Over the course of our lives.
The death of someone we love is likely to be one of the most distressing experiences we will ever face. When someone dies, a relationship is lost, a process of change begins, and we move towards a new and largely unknown situation. Our mission is to offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and to enhance society's care of bereaved people.
The Independent Advice Network is here to help you improve the quality of your life. We offer information, advice, advocacy and representation on: debt, benefits, housing, welfare changes.
A selection of online tools that may help you manage your money. These tools are provided by organisations that work with Advice NI.
The Sport Wellbeing Hub provides the right help right now, giving you instant access to a range of information, guidance and screening that is tailored specifically to help care for your individual wellbeing needs.
GAA Cavan's Alan O'Mara talks about the #littlethings he does to improve his game. What little things do you do?
MAP exists to provide counselling services for men experiencing domestic abuse.
The Rainbow Project is a health organisation that works to improve the physical, mental & emotional health and well-being of lesbian, gay, bisexual and/or transgender people in Northern Ireland.
Cara-Friend was established in 1974 as a voluntary counseling, befriending, information, health and social space organisation for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and/or Questioning (LGBTQ) community.
Broken Rainbow lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) domestic violence service (UK) is the first organisation dedicated to confronting and eliminating domestic violence within and against the LGBT communities.
Just because you’re young doesn’t mean you don’t have rights. That begins with the right to ask and the right to be listened to and taken seriously. Knowing your rights can help you make better decisions and choices. Sometimes, it can even change your life!
When it comes to knowing about your rights and the law it’s important that you can trust what you’re told. That’s why we worked with young people and experts on the law to create REE for young people aged 13 to 17.
CCEA and the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY) have partnered to create this child rights resource hub for teachers and pupils.
Its aim is to provide a range of resources that will help to tell children and young people about their rights, as outlined in the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). You can find out more about the UNCRC, its relevance to the curriculum, and importance for young people.
To explore the important issue of Children and Young People's Mental Health and Wellbeing, Koulla Yiasouma, the NI Commissioner for Children and Young People (NICCY) and CCEA joined together to host the third live chat for primary pupils and their teachers.
Koulla was joined in the studio by Victoria Murphy from Childline and two young people - Orlagh Marley from the NICCY Youth Panel and Megan McConnell from the Belfast City Council Youth Forum and the Elephant in the Room project. (NICCY)
The opening animation, Digital Footprint is courtesy of the BBC OWN IT series.
Pupils explored the topic by sending in questions directly to the panel. These ranged from the opportunities the digital world brings to the dangers it can present.
Community Advice Lisburn & Castlereagh is a registered charity offering free, confidential & impartial advice, ensuring everyone has access to high quality&d professional advice & advocacy in relation to their rights, entitlements & responsibilities.
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