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28 February, 2018

National weather warning: our day programmes and Dean clinics are impacted

Due to the national red alert weather warning, our day programmes and Dean Clinic in Dublin are significantly impacted.

Day programmes

All day programmes are cancelled today, Wednesday 28th February. Notifications of the cancellations will be sent by text.

Dean clinics

All appointments in our Dean Clinics in Dublin have been cancelled for today, Wednesday due to the red weather alert issued by Met Eireann this morning. All service users affected will be contacted to reschedule their appointment.

The red weather alert has been expanded for Leinster to include Thursday and Friday and included Munster from Thursday to Friday. The Dublin based clinics will remain closed for the remainder of the week.

The alert for Cork has been upgraded to red from Thursday afternoon and Friday - the clinic will be closed for the rest of the week. All service users affected will be contacted to reschedule their appointment.

Self-Harm Awareness Conference 2018 - Understanding Self-Harm

Due to the severe weather that is forecast for the coming days, and for the safety of our delegates and speakers, St Patrick’s Mental Health Services and Pieta House have made the decision to postpone Thursday’s Self-Harm Awareness Conference. The conference will now take place on March 15th, and all ticket holders have been contacted by email.

Aware meetings

 The Aware meetings scheduled to be held in St Patrick’s University Hospital are cancelled on Wednesday.

 

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