Now more than ever…
We’re here for you.
We are a mental health charity who deliver vital mental health services and supports across our communities. Every day we work with young people, their parents, grandparents, teachers, schools and clubs.
Now, in the face of this unprecedented crisis, we are needed more than ever.
In the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, we have seen a 400% increase in demand for our online services and supports.
At Jigsaw, we are well placed to help and support people through these tough times. We have a plan. Since the outbreak of Covid-19, our team have been working tirelessly to re-imagine the support we give to those who need our help. This includes:
- telephone support for young people already engaged in our one-to-one service
- twice daily group chats for young people
- email support through firstname.lastname@example.org for young people and those around them
- a free 1800 phone service where young people across the country can speak to a Jigsaw clinician
- webinars for parents and teachers, hosted by a Jigsaw clinician
- regular support content on a range of Covid-19 related topics, from managing anxiety, uncertainty and self-care strategies.
We know demand for our support will continue to grow – and we must be ready to meet it. Now more than ever, we need your help so we can be right there for more young people who need support with their mental health.
Make a €10 donation to Jigsaw
Your donation will mean more young people are able to get the mental health support they need to see them through these difficult times.
It is vital we make sure that now and in the future our young people and their families, will have access to the mental health services and support they deserve. We must ensure they have the tools to thrive and to move on from these strange, uncertain and stressful events without lasting impact.
We cannot predict the future, but we can, and must, ensure we are prepared for it.
How to donate
Please donate today at jigsaw.ie/now
Or by post to Jigsaw at 16 Westland Square, Pearse Street, Dublin 2.