Dan Neville TD

Dan was elected to the Senate on the Labour Panel in 1989 and was Fine Gael Deputy Leader in the Senate and spokesperson on Justice and Law Reform from 1992-1997. He has been a member of the Dáil since 1997, and was Spokesperson on Children until 2000 when he became Deputy Spokesperson on Health, Children and Mental Health issues. Dan was appointed Deputy Spokesperson on Health in June 2002, October 2007 and October 2010, and was appointed to the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health by the Dáil on the proposal of An Taoiseach Enda Kenny TD in July 2013. In May 2014, Dan was elected Chairman of the Fine Gael Party.

Dan is co-founder, president and director of the Irish Association of Suicidology, a member of the International Association of Suicide Prevention, a member of the Advisory Board of the College of Psychiatry Ireland and is a director of the Irish Palatine Association. Dan has four children. His favourite film is In the Name of the Father and his favourite restaurant is Bloomers in Rathkeale, Co. Limerick.

Budget 2015 sees €35m invested in Mental Health services - Neville

Fine Gael Party Chairman and President of the Irish Association of Suicidology, Dan Neville TD has commended the Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar and Minister of State for Health, Kathleen Lynch, after €35 million extra was allocated to mental health care in Budget 2015.

Neville welcomes 35 new jobs for Newcastle West

Fine Gael Party Chairperson, and TD for Limerick, Dan Neville, has today (Tuesday), welcomed the announcement by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Richard Bruton TD that 35 new manufacturing jobs are set to be created at Filtertek Ireland in Newcastle West.

Neville remembers the late Dick Fitzgerald

Fine Gael Party Chairman and Limerick TD, Dan Neville has expressed his sincere condolences to the family of Dick Fitzgerald on his sad passing.

Stigma surrounding mental illness and suicide is extremely damaging and must be urgently addressed - Neville

Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Chairman and President of the Irish Association of Suicidology, Dan Neville TD, speaking on World Suicide Prevention Day, has said that stigma is one of the key issues facing people when seeking assistance with mental and emotional ill health or suicide ideation.