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A safe place for Adults in times of Mental Illness

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In 2014 Northern Ireland had the highest rate of suicide per head of population, with a total of 268 suicides, 207 of which were males, according to recent figures issued by the Office for National Statistics. (ONS)

With one in four people suffering from a mental illness, where can someone go for independent mental health support?

Bee Heard is run by and for those affected by mental illness and is here to provide a safe place for adults in times of need, with no referral necessary. They can come and talk to someone who has experience of mental illness and will be able to understand their struggles.

Bee Heard offers a free drop in service at their offices at 22a New Row, Coleraine on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between 11am and 4pm.

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