From top: Caoilte O Broin, who was found in the River Liffey on January 2, after going missing on December 29, 2015; and smiling face masks
You may recall the death of Caoilte O Broin.
Caoilte suffered from mental health problems and drank heavily, meaning he had what is termed ‘dual diagnosis‘, something most mental health services in Ireland will not treat.
Tomorrow night Caoilte’s family and friends will hold a silent candlelit vigil outside Leinster House on Kildare Street, Dublin, at 7pm.
They will distribute smiling face masks to represent how people tend to hide their mental health illnesses.
Previously: An Avoidable Death
Pics: Cat O Broin