This site hosts reports, research and campaigns relating to student mental health. It is presented as a mostly open resource for members. The USI Mental Health programme is proud to be supported and funded by the Health Service Executive National Office for Suicide Prevention.
Connecting Minds Podcast
We all have a mental health. We all need to take care of ourselves.
USI works with your SU to discover better ways of coping with the strain of student life.
Every year a new executive team/ coiste gnó is elected to work at a national level within USI. Candidates are elected at the annual national congress/ comhdail by representatives of all the member organisations across the country. The role is wide-ranging, and covers physical, mental and sexual wellbeing among others. The VP for Welfare raises […]
September is Green Ribbon Month – a mental health campaign run by SeeChange. SeeChange have run this campaign every year for the past eleven years, aiming to spread awareness about all mental health difficulties to help end mental health stigma and discrimination. Each year has a different theme, and this year’s theme is ‘judgement’. We […]
USI joined organisations around the world in marking World Suicide Prevention Day on Sunday 10th September. The aim of this day is to discourage people from attempting or completing suicide, and to encourage people to seek help if they are feeling suicidal. If you or someone you know is at risk of hurting yourself/ themselves […]