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N.I. Fire Service partner Mourne Matters in supporting World Suicide Prevention Day
Guests attend World Suicide Prevention Day at Mourne Matters
World Suicide Prevention Day Promoted By Mourne Matters
Advocacy VSV Logo
Now offering services in the Nautilus Centre
The Mourne Matters Brochure
The new Mourne Matters brochure by David Henderson Design
Social Prescribing Visits Mourne Family Surgery
Kate Fitzpatrick and Claire Convery in Mourne Family Surgery
OCN Employability Skills Course Completed
Paddy Cordell Mourne Observer article
clipping Suicide down to zero
Mourne Matters and the Kilkeel Development Association were delighted to host the launch of Suicide Down to Zero's four year strategic plan on Tuesday. The aim of the plan is to bring the number of suicides, 'Down to Zero'. The number of deaths in Newry, Mourne and Down is on average 25 per year which is second highest only to Belfast in terms of suicide deaths. On 1 July 2019 Newry, Mourne and Down District Council became the first local council to adopt a Suicide Down to Zero policy. Pat (
Mourne Matters Asda
Friday 17th May - Kelly Graham, Sarah-Jane Campbell and Donna McConnell supporting Stephanie Rogers (Asda Kilkeel Store Community Champion) with the petition to maintain Stroke Services in Daisy Hill Hospital. The response was overwhelming with 600 plus residents agreeing to the public consultation response. We would like to take this opportunity to thank every individual who took the time to pledge their support.
Newspaper Article Spring Social Prescrib
An article discussing how Spring Social Prescribing services are now available to the Mourne Area.
Kittys Road Community Centre
Mourne Matters visit the lovely new Kitty's Road Community Centre building.
Cupcakes on World Mental Health Day
Mourne Matters heading out to distribute some sugary happiness to the deserving Mourne Community.
ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) This is a certified interactive course that requires participants who are willing to engage in role play etc. This two day course helps all kinds of care givers learn suicide first aid intervention. The emphasis is on helping a person to stay safe and seek further help Target Audience: Counsellors, teachers, ministers, those in a health or justice, community workers, emergency service workers, mental health practitioners everyone.
Sarah-Jane Campbell (Mourne Matters Community Navigator) visits the staff
Sarah-Jane visits Mourne Stimulus.