A COMMUNITY has been left devastated by the sudden death of a popular 23-year-old man
UUP Councillor Victor Warrington has said that it is ‘disappointing’ that over 80% of people who answered the Fermanagh Herald poll on mental health services and suicide prevention do not feel enough is being done to tackle the issue.
THE centre coordinator at the Aisling Centre in Enniskillen, which offers support services in mental health, has said that more support is needed for services already in place.
An Enniskillen woman bereaved by suicide tells Ryan Smith that not enough is being done to help those in need
Mental health – and suicide – are, sadly, big issues in Fermanagh and our online poll shows that most people believe more help could be provided, writes Ryan Smith
Is enough being done in Fermanagh to tackle mental health and suicide?
After the death of a young man from suicide in Fermanagh two weeks ago, further calls have been made for those in difficulty to seek help before it is too late.
The widow of a 47-year old Brookeborough man who took his own life near his home last week has appealed to people suffering from depression to open up about it.
‘ANY life young or old is worth an infinite amount because it is the most precious gift in the world’.
JUST OVER a week after their son took his own life, Ian and Mary Monaghan, have spoken candidly of their son and the circumstances of his death.