Mental Health Reform was founded in 2006. The coalition was formed by five organisations aiming to hold the Government accountable in its delivery of policies. Over the years, we developed a strong membership. Today, we are Ireland’s leading national coalition on mental health. Together with our 80 member organisations, we work to drive progressive reform of mental health services and supports in Ireland.
You too can make positive change for mental health services and supports in Ireland. You can call on your local TDs to do more for mental health, fundraise, participate in research or donate to assist our work. Sign up to our newsletter and follow us on social media, to see how you can get involved in our campaigns for better mental health services in Ireland.
OUR CEO SPEAKS
“Now, more than ever, we need Ireland’s mental health services and supports to truly meet people’s needs. Join us in our work on improving mental health services and supports, protecting people’s rights in mental health care, campaigning for funding to rebuild Ireland’s mental health system, and supporting life changing services.”
-Fiona Coyle, CEO
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