Covid-19 | Jigsaw to temporarily suspend face-to-face services
March 12th 2020
The Covid-19 situation is evolving and fluid. For some weeks now, management in Jigsaw has been meeting regularly to monitor the situation. This group, and all members of the Jigsaw team, are acutely aware of our duty of care to each other, the young people we serve and the national public health situation we find ourselves in.
As such, and following the government’s latest advice issued on Thursday, 12 March, 2020 we have made the decision to temporarily suspend all Jigsaw face-to-face services until 29 March.
This difficult decision has been made in the interests of public health.
All Jigsaw services and national office staff will continue to work from home to maintain our commitment to a ‘business as usual’ approach.
We recognise this decision will have an impact on those we serve across our communities, but we believe it to be in the national interest.
For updates please follow us here and on our social channels Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Visit jigsawonline.ie to access mental health support information for young people, their parents and guardians, and those who work with young people.
While our face-to-face services are suspended, Jigsaw Online is always there.