It’s not easy being an immigrant in Ireland. Some people had never heard of Ireland before they moved here, others knew very little about it. Even what language was spoken.
It can be very difficult landing in a country when you don’t know much about it.
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This section of the toolkit will explore what supports help-seeking and invites young people to identify supports in their lives.
It will also explore what they are looking forward to about their new schools.
The GAA, LGFA, and the Camogie Association, in partnership with Jigsaw, are delighted to make available a new online mental health course called One Good Coach™. The course is based on the successful workshop Jigsaw delivers face-to-face across its 14 services. It offers participants a greater understanding of mental health, the importance of their role as a potential One Good Adult® in the lives of young people, and a greater awareness of how to promote and support young people’s mental health.
Our emergency appeal asks for help to support young people struggling with their mental health during the pandemic.
Jigsaw has seen a 400% increase in demand for our online services and supports since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis in March. We have also had more than 4,000 teachers across the country sign up to our mental health eLearning programme during the outbreak.