Local community urged to avail of services

Discussing the Protect Life Service are Colin Loughran, Service Manager at AMH MensSana; Nuala Quinn, Protect Life Coordinator at the Southern Health and Social Care Trust; Seamus McCabe, Protect Life Community Development Worker for the Southern Area; and Deirdre McNamee, Health & Social Well-Being Improvement Senior Officer at the Public Health Agency. INTT4612-053X
Discussing the Protect Life Service are Colin Loughran, Service Manager at AMH MensSana; Nuala Quinn, Protect Life Coordinator at the Southern Health and Social Care Trust; Seamus McCabe, Protect Life Community Development Worker for the Southern Area; and Deirdre McNamee, Health & Social Well-Being Improvement Senior Officer at the Public Health Agency. INTT4612-053X
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INDIVIDUALS and community groups have been reminded of the availability of a local suicide and self-harm prevention service.

AMH MensSana provides the Protect Life Community Resource Service in Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon, Dungannon and South Tyrone, and Newry and Mourne.

Colin Loughran, Service Manager of AMH MensSana, explains: “The organisation is keen to work in partnership with individuals and community groups and look forward to delivering and developing helpful supports appropriate to their needs.

“The Protect Life Community Resource Service will also have a signposting service, providing individuals and community groups with a valuable point of contact and sources of support regarding suicide and self harm prevention and mental health.

“Staff encourage local people and community groups to contact their Protect Life Resource Service about the support they may require and or to find out more about how we can help.”

The Public Health Agency is funding the Protect Life Community Resource Service in the Southern area. For further information on the Protect Life Resource Service in Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon, Dungannon and Newry and Mourne, contact AMH MensSana on 028 3839 2314 or PIPS Newry and Mourne on 028 3026 6195.