WELCOME

We create and deliver innovative approaches that educate, inform and inspire people to cultivate good mental health and reduce stigma leading to less death by suicide.

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MEET CAROLINE

Psychotherapist, mental health advocate, group facilitator and activist, Caroline founded Suicide or Survive in 2003 drawing on her own experience of depression, anxiety, a serious suicide attempt and 8 years as a user of psychiatric services.

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WORKPLACE WELLNESS

ACKNOWLEDGE THE ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM.
Mental health is vital in workplace productivity, functionality and overall wellbeing. We work with organisations to show staff the benefits of taking personal responsibility for their own wellness.

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Workplace Wellness

Eden Programme

WRAP Programme

Supporters Programme

Wellness Workshop

Online Programme

Stay up to date with Suicide or Survive News, Programmes & Events

Stay up to date with Suicide or Survive News, Programmes & Events

About us

Suicide or Survive (SOS) is a nationwide Irish charity focussed on breaking down the stigma associated with mental health issues and ensuring that those affected have access to quality recovery services that are right for the individual.

We are working to build a society where people embrace their mental health wellness and those with difficulties are treated with dignity and respect, and experience a service that offers them hope, a safe place and a positive future. SOS is leading the way through active collaboration which we believe will drive positive social change.

News & Events

News & Events

202020

202020

202020 Interim CEO Robert Carley is tentatively promoting his initiative for 2020. The plan is to raise €202,020.00 for Suicide or Survive. It is simple, it is catchy and it is a bit of a challenge. However, it will give us a focus for 2020 as we strive to raise...

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Some of our Supporters

Some of our Supporters

Iris O'Brien Foundation
National Office for Suicide Prevention
Ireland's Health Services
Sky
PayPal
HMS Hosts
Specsavers
PALS
Dublin Fire Brigade