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This newsletter is part of the Tipperary Community Response and compliments the National In This Together campaign.Its prepared by staff from Tipperary County Council and the HSE with content by partners in the Community Response for Tipperary and showcases community projects that have taken place to date in County Tipperary.The newsletter is produced on a fortnightly basis and will issue online through the various partners.It is part of an overall campaign which looks at the national themes of Looking after our Mental Health, Coping at Home, Let’s Play Ireland, Staying Active, Healthy Eating, Cocooning, Helping in our Community and Local Resources. The community and voluntary effort has demonstrated Tipperary’s capacity to ensure that no one is left behind, that we remain connected and that we are all in this together.We would also request that community groups who would like to provide a contact for the newsletter to email email@example.com or contact a member of the community team on 0761 06 5000.
The workshop will include mental health airiness and need for stigma reduction, how to start a conversation, normalising mental health, stress and the impact of recent changes, some tips on how to help yourself an others. If you wish to register your interest, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. The link will be send to those who registered.
Irish farming is going through a period of great change and transformation and this can bring uncertainty and additional stress for people in rural areas. Isolation and loneliness can exacerbate mental health concerns and make some problems seem insurmountable. By reaching out and maintaining contact with friends, neighbours and advisors we can reduce that sense of isolation and share the burden. Having access to good quality and trustworthy information can make all the difference when making decisions and considering options.
During Covid 19 LGBT+ Health South Tipperary has continued to offer support to the LGBT+ community through one to one chat via Phone, email and text support as well as WhatsApp group chat and their Facebook page. They also offer our Support groups via Zoom which are now Bi weekly ‘coffee and chat’. This started via zoom on Saturday 23rd May and will be Bi weekly from 11.30am to 12.30pm