Health & Wellbeing
We recognise that much of our focus at present is on the health and wellbeing of our family members, especially those within our families who may be at risk or vulnerable at the present time. The GAA is the largest organisation in the country and we are calling on all of our members to make sure that they continue to look out for the continued well-being of all of our neighbours and friends and of course ourselves.
Monaghan GAA Critical Response Section
Monaghan GAA Health & Wellbeing Committee – Responding to a Critical Incident Plan
COVID-19 Information and downloads
Some vital links
For accurate and up-to-date information on coronavirus, please consult the Health Service Executive’s website at www.hse.ie/coronavirus
Two websites with all the crucial information you need
Phone Sinéad Keenan at 047 72191 or 0870656793 or email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also register online by clicking link – www.volunteermonaghan.ie/ You can find information about the work of volunteer centres during Covid-19 and other important information at https://www.volunteer.ie/about-us/covid-19/
Coping with Mental Health Issues
Please see attached and in the links provided some very useful and practical advice and guidance on looking after your mental health and that of your families at this difficult time. This has been prepared by HSE Mental Health Services. Please feel free to circulate further.
#littlethings can make a big difference to how you feel
Find the #littlethings that work for you – Check out: www.yourmentalhealth.ie
Call the Samaritans on 116 123 for a listening ear!
- Advice on managing anxiety
- The importance of maintaining good routines
- Managing mental health during self-isolation
- The importance of social connection through social media
- Advice on how to manage mental health conditions such as OCD.Mental Health Support services list:
HSE have developed a new reference page with details online and phone supports that can be found here.
Monaghan GAA Drug & Alcohol Policy