Everybody has ‘their own’ Mental Health, and it is important to take care of it (Mind Your Head). The following questions will explore where you are currently with your Physical, Emotional, Spiritual & Social Health. These answers are for you to find out where you currently are with your own mental health.
The quiz is broken into 4 sections
You have scored low in these results. Are you surprised by this? If you are, then maybe these where just unlucky questions for you. You still may need to make changes however. Look above at the questions and see what areas you scored the lowest in. These are the areas where you may need to make a change. Small changes can make a big difference to your mental health. Check out our useful links section for some ideas and activities on how you can improve your mental health.
You have scored in the third bracket of results. You have the makings of a good positive environment for mental health but you need to make some changes. Check back through your questions above and see what 'Part' you got the lowest result in. This is an area where you can start to develop. Check out our useful links section for some ideas and activities on how you can improve your mental health.
You have scored in the second bracket of results. Most of the time you have the correct elements in your life, which creates the perfect environment for mental health. Carry on what your doing at them moment and try to add a few more elements of what you will learn in the coming weeks to your daily life.
You have scored in the top bracket of results. This shows that you already have the correct elements in your life that creates the best environment for positive mental health. KEEP IT UP!
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We are a not for profit organisation working with young people from the Gurranabraher/Churchfield area and city wide.CLICK HERE
A Health Service Executive project set up to explore barriers to accessing services and to involve local people in the design and delivery of community health initiatives.CLICK HERE
In May 2010 the Healthy Minds project was established to meet the needs of the Travelling community in Cork city following a series of suicides. Two Traveller representative organisations, the Cork Traveller Women’s Network (CTWN) and Traveller Visibility Group (TVG), raised their concerns around these suicides with the Southern Area Traveller Health Unit (THU) and the HSE. And Healthy Minds was formed. As well as dealing with a crisis when it occurs Healthy Minds works specifically with the Traveller Community to prevent suicide by delivering a series of different training workshops like for e.g. “Mind Your Head”, which we collaborate with HAZ and Youth work Ireland on.
Spunout is Irelands youth information website created by young people for young people.CLICK HERE
This is a confidential help line for teen. It is safe and secure you don’t have to give your name and your number cannot be seen.
Phone: 1800 833864CLICK HERE
Established in 1962 there are now 20 branches across Ireland with 2,400 active volunteers.
Phone: 116123CLICK HERE
Providing vital support to Irish young people with their mental health through our free one to one therapeutic approach and workshops within local communities.CLICK HERE
Helping you get through tough times in lifeCLICK HERE
YMCA believes in creating learning situations for young people where they can develop fully physically, socially and spiritually.CLICK HERE
Foróige is Irelands leading most successful youth organisation. We have been working with young people since 1952.CLICK HERE
NYCI represents and supports the interests of voluntary youth organisations and uses its collective experience to act on issues that impact on young people.CLICK HERE
The Cork Gay Project provides services for young gay menCLICK HERE
Working exclusively with Lesbian and Bisexual women in the Republic of Ireland.CLICK HERE
This is a national organisation for people affected by eating disorders.CLICK HERE
This organisation supports gay, bi-sexual, and transgendered young people.CLICK HERE
The YHS is a free, non judgmental sexual health & counselling service for young people aged 23 and under. YHS offers a STI clinic, Family Planning (contraceptive) clinic, 3-option Crisis Pregnancy counselling, Drug & Alcohol & generic counselling, sexual health promotion and advice, including youth work programmes of support for young people and parents.CLICK HERE
Here you will find a range of services, tools and resources addressing a range of internet safety issues and concerns. #they offer advice and support for young people, teachers and parents.CLICK HERE
Non-biased, non-judgmental sexual health service in cork.CLICK HERE
Eating Disorder Centre Cork missions is to provide compassionate and professional support to those suffering from an eating disorder.CLICK HERE
Bereavement SupportsCLICK HERE
Talking Makes Us Stronger. Childline is always here for every child and young person.
Phone: 1800 666 666CLICK HERE
Pieta provides a free, therapeutic approach to people who are in suicidal distress and those who engage in self-harm. Free 24 Hour Support.
Phone: 1800 247 247CLICK HERE
50808 is a free 24/7 text service, providing everything from a calming chat to immediate support for people going through a mental health or emotional crisis - big or small. Text HELLO to 50808 to start a conversation, any time - day or night.