Suicidal behaviour has increasingly become recognised as a major health problem in this country. This paper sets out to explore suicide prevention strategies in place to tackle this problem. It concentrates on the area of Knocknaheeny in Cork which has all risk factors for suicidal behaviour. Data was collected from national and international policies and agency publications.
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