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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A joint campaign by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) and the national coalition Mental Health Reform is asking […]
Mental Health Reform expresses concern at absence of counselling in proposed Universal Health Insurance basket of services Reacting to the […]
Today we mark 1st April by sharing a number of key facts and statistics about mental health. Along with SpunOut.ie, […]
Mental Health Reform wants to hear from anyone with an interest in mental health about their experience of getting mental […]
This week, we have been looking at progress so far in putting the policy A Vision for Change into action, eight years […]
Mental Health Reform is asking the Minister of State for Mental Health, Kathleen Lynch TD, to use her powers to […]
Mental Health Reform has today (18/12/2013) expressed frustration that the delivery of promised mental health funding for 2013 and 2014 […]
While the Government’s announcement of €20 million to further develop community mental health services indicates a continued commitment to A […]
Catch up on today’s radio interview with Shari McDaid on Budget 2014 and mental health funding
Mental Health Reform gives guarded welcome for Budget allocation for mental health services The national coalition Mental Health Reform has […]