Community Education Cork & Limerick 2019
Cork Spring 2019 SHEP Short Course Programme
Applications are now being taken for the Spring 2019 Short Course Program for Cork & Limerick. To enquire please contact us on 021 4666180 (Cork) .
Bantry Beyond Suicide
This tailored Seasons for Growth program is designed to give adults some understanding of the grief attached to suicide, and help them to work through the guilt and shame that survivors often carry. You are not alone. You‘re going to be OK. It doesn’t feel like it right now, but you are going to be OK. Talking to other survivors of suicide can be the most helpful. It offers support, hope and encouragement. Death by suicide rips apart lives and beliefs, and sets its survivors on a prolonged and painful journey. Survivors constantly find themselves looking back for clues, as to “WHY”. It is an attempt to find answers to the countless unanswered questions. When survivors get stuck, they are unable to grieve and accept the death. A Beyond Suicide Programme begins on Tuesday, 19th February 2019 in National Learning Network Centre (NLN), Bantry, Co. Cork. The programme will run for 8 Tuesday evenings from 7.00 pm to 9.30pm to 9th April 2019. The program is designed to give adults some understanding of the grief attached to suicide, and help them to work through the guilt and shame that survivors often carry. This is done in a safe and confidential environment, enabling participants to safely express their thoughts and feelings.
An Open Information night will be held on Tuesday 29th January 2019 at 7pm, NLN, Bantry, Cork
- Call Bridin Ashe, HSE, Community Work 086 7872273 or
- Call Rita Bevan, Caha, Centre 083 3258584
This programme is free of charge through the support of organisations including HSE, Mercy Solidarity Fund, SHEP, Caha Centre, NLN, HSE Community Work
Limerick City & County Spring 2019 SHEP Short Course Programme
This Spring 2019 there will also be a series of short community education courses running in Limerick City and County.
The courses in the County are being funded under the Healthy Ireland initiative and are being organised by a number of collaborating partners (see briefing note). The provisional schedule is as follows:
- Abbeyfeale – Effective Communication for Better Relationships on 10 am – 12.30 pm, Mondays 28th Jan – 25th March 2019, Family & Community Hub, St Ita’s Hall, Abbeyfeale. – facilitated by Carmel Brosnan
- Hospital – Effective Communication for Better Relationships, running on Thursday mornings for 8 sessions commencing Thursday 31st January 2019 and running to 21st March 2019 – facilitated by Eleanor Kenneally