BlogEvery week Mental Health Reform will post items relating to mental health services in Ireland. We hope that this blog will help stimulate debate about mental health and mental health services. The blog will feature items from Mental Health Reform Staff, the Director of Mental Health Reform and from guest bloggers including experts by experience and mental health professionals.
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Vacancy: Director of Communications & Advocacy Mental Health Reform is seeking to appoint a creative and committed professional who has […]
Mental Health Reform welcomes Prof. Agnes Higgins as Chairperson Mental Health Reform is pleased to announce that Agnes Higgins, Professor […]
You are invited to Mental Health Reform’s seminar on advance healthcare directives for people with mental health difficulties in Ireland. […]
Calls for 24/7 mental health services to be delivered amid concerns over A&E View the campaign and petition page here. […]
eMental Health Products: Expressions of Interest Mental Health Reform is the Irish partner on an exciting new e-mental health project taking […]
MHR and USI seek urgent review of decision to allow just 1.8% in additional spending in 2017 for mental health care improvements.
Dear Minister McEntee, On the 11th of October 2016, both Mental Health Reform (MHR) and the Union of Students in Ireland […]
Mental Health Reform dismayed at Government reversal of budget commitment Mental Health Reform has today expressed dismay at the Government’s […]
Mental Health Reform welcomes €35M towards full implementation of mental health policy Mental Health Reform has today welcomed the government’s […]
Mental Health Reform seeks clarification on Government commitment to implement A Vision for Change Friday 7th October 2016 Mental Health […]
Dear Supporter, Why are we still waiting for 24/7 community mental health services to be available in Ireland? Why are we […]