The death of Caoilte O Broin highlights serious shortfalls in mental health services
The body of Caoilte O Broin was found in the river Liffey last Saturday, January 2. O Broin had suffered from mental health problems for a number of years.
He was getting treatment, but his mental health deteriorated to the point that his family locked their doors at night. They were desperate for help, but that help never came.
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