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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Unacceptable that mental health funds continue to prop up other areas in the health service- Mental Health Reform. Mental […]
2010 – Amnesty report, Accountability in the delivery of A Vision for Change by Indecon International
Amnesty report, Accountability in the delivery of A Vision for Change by economic consultants Indecon International. Published in 2010.
Monday 11 April 2016 Mental Health Reform expresses concern at the number of children under 17 admitted to adult mental […]
Mental Health Reform: Research Officer Mental Health Reform is the national coalition driving reform of Ireland’s mental health services and social […]
Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has welcomed today’s announcement (03/02/2016) by An Taoiseach Enda Kenny that […]
Mental Health Reform: 2 Vacancies Mental Health Reform is the national coalition driving reform of Ireland’s mental health services and […]
Today, we take a look at which parties have made commitments on mental health to date. As General Election manifestos […]
Ten years and counting: Calls for renewed commitment to mental health by next Government Marking the 10th anniversary of the […]
Voters can make mental health an election issue Mon, Dec 28, 2015, Shari McDaid This time of year can be […]
Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today (18/12/2015) welcomed the passage in the Oireachtas of legislation […]