1. Mental health rehabilitation services 'inadequate'  RTE.ie
  2. More than 9,785 people presented to hospital due to self-harm last year  TheJournal.ie
  3. World Mental Health Day: Questions someone with depression actually wants to be asked  BreakingNews.ie
  4. 50% of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have left their jobs due to mental health reasons  Daily Mail
  5. How can every mind matter in a broken mental health system?  The Guardian
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The Inspector of Mental Health Services has said it is "quite astounding" that the State has failed to provide adequate rehabilitation services in the sector.The Inspector of Mental Health Services has said it is "quite astounding" that the State has failed to provide adequate rehabilitation services in the sector.

Mental health rehab services 'inadequate' - report

It’s tough when a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, here are some ideas for what you can say to help.It’s tough when a loved one is experiencing a mental health crisis, here are some ideas for what you can say to help.

World Mental Health Day: Questions someone with depression actually wants to be asked

There has been an increase in self-harm among young people aged 10-24 years. There has been an increase in self-harm among young people aged 10-24 years.

More than 9,785 people presented to hospital due to self-harm last year

A new survey published Monday found that millennials were three times more likely to experience anxiety, and Gen Zers were four times more likely, than baby boomers were.A new survey published Monday found that millennials were three times more likely to experience anxiety, and Gen Zers were four times more likely, than baby boomers were.

50% of millennials and 75% of Gen-Zers have left their jobs due to mental health reasons | Daily Mail Online

“We need to look after our mental health in the same way we do our physical health. That’s why we launched the #EveryMindMatters  campaign this week, giving us the tools to look after ourselves and those we love. #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/c3MgMrkEUw”

Boris Johnson on Twitter: "We need to look after our mental health in the same way we do our physical health. That’s why we launched the #EveryMindMatters  campaign this week, giving us the tools to look after ourselves and those we love. #WorldMentalHealthDay… https://t.co/N3DoizGZ2z"

“#WorldMentalHealthDay nothing wrong if there is something wrong with you at some point..we all have our shortcomings..none of us are wired perfectly.. ❤🤗”

KhushbuSundar or NakhatKhan for sanghi fools❤️❤️❤️ on Twitter: "#WorldMentalHealthDay nothing wrong if there is something wrong with you at some point..we all have our shortcomings..none of us are wired perfectly.. ❤🤗"

“On #WorldMentalHealthDay, we need to raise awareness about #Mentalhealth issues and support people suffering from depression and anxiety and encourage them to seek help. Only with a healthy body & mind, we can contribute towards family & society.”

Ashok Gehlot on Twitter: "On #WorldMentalHealthDay, we need to raise awareness about #Mentalhealth issues and support people suffering from depression and anxiety and encourage them to seek help. Only with a healthy body & mind, we can contribute towards family & society.… https://t.co/fBlLEZlLE9"

“Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15 to 29, and rising at alarming rates. Mental health has been neglected for too long. We need more investment in health services and to keep fighting the stigma of seeking help. https://t.co/siwefjjO0a”

António Guterres on Twitter: "Suicide is the second leading cause of death among young people aged 15 to 29, and rising at alarming rates. Mental health has been neglected for too long. We need more investment in health services and to keep fighting the stigma of seeking help.… https://t.co/4l1XMo1nq9"

The road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facingThe road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facing

Mental illness is devastating lives! Do we really care? - Times of India

The road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facingThe road to minimising and finally erasing this stigma will be a long one. The biggest struggle that most mental health workers find themselves facing is that of changing the mindset of people as well as communities.

Mental illness is devastating lives! Do we really care? - Times of India

Mental health illnesses should be treated with the same severity as more visible conditionsMental health illnesses should be treated with the same severity as more visible conditions

We are facing a global health crisis that is largely unseen - The National

As universities advocate for 'zero suicide' frameworks, it is important for university leaders to work at suicide awareness, prevention and response, and to reinforce a culture of compassion.As universities advocate for 'zero suicide' frameworks, it is important for university leaders to work at suicide awareness, prevention and response, and to reinforce a culture of compassion.

Compassionate 'zero-suicide' prevention on campuses urgently needed

Compassionate 'zero-suicide' prevention on campuses urgently needed

The WHO regards climate change as “the greatest threat to global health in the 21st Century”.The WHO regards climate change as “the greatest threat to global health in the 21st Century”.

Mental Health Day: There is a rise in 'eco-anxiety' as climate change affects mental health- Technology News, Firstpost

Other companies should follow by example in prioritising mental health, says mental health first aider Sian Elvin Other companies should follow by example in prioritising mental health, says mental health first aider Sian Elvin

'How the London Underground is leading the way with mental health policies in the city' - Sian Elvin - MyLondon

TV presenter and mind behind app Happy Not Perfect, Poppy Jamie is the female entrepreneur promoting mental health. Poppy talks to GLAMOUR about her experiences with anxiety and her desire to help others.Let's be happy, not perfect.

Poppy Jamie Talks About Living With Anxiety And Her Happy Not Perfect App | Glamour UK

Celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen and Selena Gomez help eradicate stigma when they share their mental health struggles.Celebrities such as Chrissy Teigen and Selena Gomez help eradicate stigma when they share their mental health struggles.

Celebrities Who Opened Up About Mental Health Struggles

Everyone knows someone who is struggling with their mental health. Current estimates suggest that 1 in 4 of us face a mental health problem. Yet, despite its prevalent nature, mental health remains a relatively neglected part of the NHS.There have been recent efforts to reinstate mental health ontoEveryone knows someone who is struggling with their mental health. Current estimates suggest that 1 in 4 of us face a mental health problem. Yet, despite its prevalent nature, mental health remains...

My mother had a breakdown. We must do more to prevent others suffering | News | The Times

UNIQUE Programs will host comedy show “1 Degree of Separation: A Funny Look at Depression and Suicide” Thursday as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.  Comedian Brad Bonar started the comedy group performing in “1 Degree of Separation” in January with other comedians based in the Sacramento area after he found a suicide note he...UNIQUE Programs will host comedy show “1 Degree of Separation: A Funny Look at Depression and Suicide” Thursday as part of Mental Health Awareness Week.  Comedian Brad Bonar started the comedy group performing in “1 Degree of Separation” in January with other comedians based in the Sacramento area after he…

Comedy show on suicide and depression to be performed at Sac State Thursday – The State Hornet