The Union of Students in Ireland (USI) is distributing thousands of ‘Chats For Change’ packs to colleges around Ireland this week encouraging students to talk about their mental health. Celebrating its 5th year, the campaign will see a ‘Chats For Change’ roadshow...
This national men’s health week, the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) has teamed up with the HSE, National Office of Suicide Prevention (NOSP) and Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, to announce the launch of a major project to tackle...
The Union of Students in Ireland has welcomed the establishment of a new body, The National Taskforce on Youth Mental Health, which aims to increase awareness of, and reduce the stigma surrounding, mental illness. According to the Mental Health Reform’s ‘A...
Over 1/3 of Students Feel down Every day and Most of them Find Comfort in Food More than a third of Irish Students feel down every day and most of them find comfort in food, according to new information released today by the Union of Students in Ireland. 36% of...
Register now for tonight’s free Chats for Change Mental Health webinar Starting at 7pm tonight, Thursday 13 November 2014. A conversation about Mental health, where you can go for advice and help, the Chats for Change campaign and a Q&A session will take...
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