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COVID-19 Crisis: Update

*3Ts Offices Closed til Further Notice during COVID-19*

**Contact us by email to info@3ts.ie or DM us on Social Media**

To all our wonderful supporters, here is an update about 3Ts during the ongoing situation in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

3Ts are following Government directives and our Dublin office remains closed until further notice.

Don’t worry though, the 3Ts team are working remotely so we are very much available. You can still reach us with any queries you may have. Contact us by email on info@3ts.ie or DM us on social media.

We’ll continue to provide regular and current mental health information, signposting and resources on our social media and website. 

safeTALK Training

All safeTALK training scheduled for March has been postponed.  safeTALK training scheduled for April is currently under review.  During April, we will directly contact any affected organisations to discuss postponement and rescheduling options. 

3Ts Golf Tournament

Closing date for entry for Clubs is 31st July. Regional rounds are scheduled for September, and the Final is in October.  Entries are currently open, but we will monitor the developing situation closely over the coming weeks in consultation with the PGA (Ireland).  We appreciate the important role that exercise plays in our physical and mental health and golf is one of the few sports currently available to those practicing social distance.  So, we’d love our tournament to proceed. However, the safety of our supporters is our priority.  We will, therefore, adhere to any guidelines or recommendations forthcoming from the Government, the HSE and the PGA as the COVID-19 situation unfolds across Ireland. If there are any changes to the status of the tournament, we will post updates on our website and across our social media. For further information about the tournament see here

Mental Health Supports and Services During Covid-19:

If you are in suicidal crisis or require information on mental health supports and services during this time, please visit the dedicated HSE website page here.  For information about Minding your Mental Health during this outbreak of COVID-19, see the HSE’s dedicated web page here

If you have self-harmed or injured yourself and require urgent medical attention, please visit your Accident & Emergency Department. 

Keep safe everyone. And remember, be kind 😍