|Create Date||March 24, 2016|
|Last Updated||March 30, 2016|
There is no single intervention or approach that will, in itself, adequately challenge the problem of suicide in Ireland. A strategic framework is required to assist all of us in identifying actions we can undertake in a coordinated way, through partnership working between statutory, voluntary and community groups and individuals, supported by Government. Everyone has a role to play in suicide prevention – from the health sector to our schools, community groups and those in private enterprise.
|Irish National Strategy for Action on Suicide 2005 - 2014.pdf||Download|