Everyone is welcome to a free mindfulness workshop on Saturday August 4th at St. Columba’s Hospital (Education centre) The workshop is open to all, those with and without previous experience and will be facilitated by Mar Healy from Mental Health Ireland.
North West Adventure Tours welcome you to the annual Sligo Walking Festival 2018. We look forward to meeting walkers old and new out on the hills. We have included a wide variety of walks so there is sure to be a walk to suit your individual level of fitness. Click heading for more info…
The local forum will meet its objectives through, providing a space and opportunity for local service users, family, carers and supporters to voice their experiences, present their views and to raise issues in order to improve outcomes for those who use the services and those who care for them
Sligo Leitrim Children and Young People’s Services Committee (CYPSC) in conjunction with the Sligo Leitrim Youth Mental Health Initiative have organised a series of informative talks relating to youth mental health. If you are a parent, teacher, or anyone who works with or has an interest in learning more about various topics around young people’s mental health
World Mental Health Week takes place from the 8th-15th October this year. To celebrate the week a programme of events have been organised across Counties Sligo and Leitrim. Everyone is encouraged to take some time out and pay attention to their wellbeing and take steps to improve it. Have a look through the booklets for each county to find something that may interest you!
The HSE, in partnership with local organisations and community and voluntary
groups are developing a Suicide Prevention Action Plan for County Leitrim. Although
there has been a lot of work ongoing in the county, there is still much that can be
done to promote good mental health, prevent further suicide deaths and support
those who are bereaved by suicide. We want as many people as possible from
Leitrim to contribute to the development of this action plan by contributing local
knowledge and expertise to this challenging topic.
The Common Sense Parenting programme assists parents to learn skills to encourage their children’s positive behaviour, discourage negative behaviour and teach their children alternatives to problem behaviour. Check out poster for more information…
Sligo Sports and Recreation Partnership are kicking off their new ‘Gym Up’ programme for the winter promoting positive health and wellbeing. See flyer below for details
Recently the team at Rennafix ran an uplifting and inspiring Instagram competition to help promote positive mental health. The theme of the competition was to capture moments engaging in activities that release endorphins. Although exercise is known as an effective way of releasing these ‘happy hormones’, eating the right foods and making connections socially can also boost your endorphins, liven your mood and release stress.