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# National Office for Suicide Prevention

All time
Men aged 45-54 are the most likely to die by suicide in Ireland
Over 11,000 people ended up in hospital last year after self-harming
Governments called on to form national plans for suicide prevention
Suicides among young people decreased significantly last year
Struggling with negative thoughts? There's an app - and animation series - that could help
Inspiring Irish animation urges you to be aware of negative thoughts
One third of all drownings in the last 25 years recorded as suicide
President Higgins: Stigma a major barrier to suicide prevention
Suicide rate amongst young people in Ireland fourth highest in EU
Column: ‘Even the word itself, suicide, can be difficult to speak’
Derek Chambers
Report highlights link between suicide rates and economic downturn
More Oireachtas suicide prevention training planned after one TD, one senator show up for first class