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Turning Point NI encourages public to “Let’s talk” on World Suicide Prevention Day

Ballymena based charity, Turning Point NI, is encouraging the community to talk openly about suicide and mental health with the launch of a new poster, as World Suicide Prevention Day is marked today, Saturday 10 September.

A spokesperson for the charity commented:

"By taking a minute to listen and understand, it could save someone's life. To you who may be experiencing suicidal thoughts or ill mental health, there is help available.

"Turning Point NI in preparation for World Suicide Prevention Day 2022 have been working alongside Councillor Matthew Armstrong to produce the posters below that are being taken out into our community, building awareness of our services, creating ease of access to these services and sending the message you are not alone.

"We are here and YouMatter!"

If you or anyone you know feel they need to speak to one of the team please contact the Turning Point NI team on 028 2564 8229 / 07935255502 or email

The spokesperson concluded:

"We would like to take this opportunity to thank Councillor Matthew Armstrong and Ballymena United FC for their constant support of TPNI not only on this initiative but all our work over the years as we continue to grow and develop to meet the need of the community."


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