Now, more than ever, there are a lot of challenges to mental health. The Covid-19 pandemic has created a great deal of additional stress and anxiety, and is affecting everyone, even those who have always been able to maintain reasonably good mental health. Depression, loneliness, stress, suicidal feelings are among the most intensely felt consequences […]
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Click on the link below to access the latest edition of the Trim FRC Newsletter: https://www.meathppn.ie/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Celebrating-20-Years-Newsletter-Spring-2021-1.pdf
The “Keep Well” campaign was launched on 29 October 2020, and aims to support people and communities to mind their physical and mental health over the coming months. As COVID-19 restrictions remain in place and Springtime is well and truly upon us, minding our physical and mental health continues to be a challenge for many […]
Under the Local Youth Club Grant Scheme (incorporating the National Quality Standards for Volunteer-led Youth Groups), one-off grants are being made available to local youth clubs/groups to assist with their development needs including supporting administration, programme and services costs. Louth and Meath Youth clubs/groups are invited to apply for one-off funding under this scheme. Application Form […]
The Irish Community action on Alcohol Network is delighted to announce our next webinar : ‘Why and How to Avoid Collaborating with the Alcohol Industry’ Thursday, April 29th @ 10am We have an excellent line up of speakers; Mark Petticrew, Professor in Public Health in the University of Liverpool who will provide an overview of […]
The Meath PPN will be holding an online workshop on social media on the 21st April 2021 from 10am to 12pm. The workshop will be delivered Emily Bourke from the The Wheel. This workshop will guide you through the process of framing and telling your story through social media. You will be introduced to how […]
Today Monday April 12th, Young Social Innovators is launching the YSI Speak Out Virtual Tour and we are inviting you to be part of it. Will you help recognise local teenagers making a difference to communities in the Meath region? Over 7,000 teenagers nationwide signed up to participate in Young Social Innovators this year, taking creative and collaborative action […]
In 2017, Navan School Completion Programme (NSCP) staff team with the support of Meath CYPSC, LMETB and Meath Springboard Family Support Services developed a workbook called; “Mind the Gap” Transition Steps from Primary to Post Primary The main aim of the workbook and its associated video is to assist young people successfully transfer from primary […]
The Youth Advisory Panel (volunteers aged 16 to 25) from Jigsaw Meath will begin an Instagram campaign on Wednesday the 7th of April to promote the message of 5 a day for mental health. Each Youth Advisory Panel member will use an app called 1 Second Everyday: Video Diary to record 1 second a day […]
Virtual Easter Camp The Community Sports Hub is running a FREE virtual Multi-Sport Easter Camp from Wednesday 7th – Friday 9th April, Via zoom. Activities include: Fun Games, Soccer, GAA, Circuits, Dance and many more Please are limited and are on a first come first served basis, please see details of the camp below and […]
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