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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The coalition group Mental Health Reform has today (29/07/2013) given a broad welcome to the publication of the National Disability […]
We continue our series of monthly member blogs, with this month’s blog coming from Pio Fenton, Chairperson of Samaritans in Ireland, […]
Our fourth public meeting is coming up, this time in Balbriggan, North Co. Dublin: The meeting will discuss good quality […]
Tom’s story: For me personally, when I first came into contact with Gateway the stigma was a factor in becoming […]
Press Release – Immediate Release 17/05/2013 Mental Health Reform welcomes appointment of new National Director for Mental Health Mental Health […]
Mental health services need long-overdue cultural and structural revamp When a government policy is approaching its ‘sell by’ date and […]
Mental Health Reform invites people in the Mayo area with an interest in mental health services to attend a public […]
Mental Health Reform has launched a report exploring the idea of recovery from mental health difficulties. The report, Recovery […]
We continue our series of monthly member blogs, with this month’s blog coming to us from Dual Diagnosis Ireland. ‘Dual […]
MHR article in the Irish Medical News, April 2013 By Orla Barry The recovery principle set out in the Government’s […]