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At the Niamh Louise Foundation, we provide one-to-one care for anyone in crisis with thoughts of suicide and or self harm.

In these uncertain times, with the heightened news of coronavirus, we are undertaking precautionary measures to prevent the spread of this disease. In line with the Government advice and Boris Johnston’s statement on Monday 23rd March 2020, the Niamh Louise Foundation will cease to have face-to-face appointments at the centre from Wednesday 25th March.

In the interest of our staff and volunteers, we will work from home. This will be reassessed in 3 weeks’ time in line with the Government advice. We are currently in the process of contacting our clients, and if you haven’t already, we will be in contact with you shortly.

You can still contact the Niamh Louise Foundation on 028 8775 3327 and the call will be transferred to a member of staff. Emails and Facebook messages will be monitored as normal and individuals can also contact us via these methods.

We are still here to listen if you have thoughts of suicide and to put a safety plan in place to maintain your positive mental health.

World Suicide Prevention Day 2020


Niamh Louise Foundation provides a safe environment where anyone can drop in to chat about worrying thoughts, thoughts of suicide and/ or self harm. The Charity will provide love, understanding and respect with a non judgemental listening ear to everyone regardless of age, sex, religion, or ethnicity.

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