Mental Health Reform’s end of term e-action to politicians

Mental Health Reform has today delivered an end of term postcard to politicians, to mark the last day of term in the Houses of the Oireachtas before the summer recess. The giant postcard, delivered by Mental Health Reform’s Director Orla Barry, carried the message: “A Vision for Change – Wish We Were There!”, referring to … Read more Mental Health Reform’s end of term e-action to politicians

Mental Health Reform welcomes Independent Monitoring Group’s 6th annual report on A Vision for Change

Mental Health Reform welcomes the launch today (Tuesday 17th July) of the 6th Annual Report of the Independent Monitoring Group (IMG) for A Vision for Change, which analyses progress towards the implementation of the Government’s mental health policy. Commenting on the report, Orla Barry, Director of Mental Health Reform, said: “We are now into the … Read more Mental Health Reform welcomes Independent Monitoring Group’s 6th annual report on A Vision for Change

“Mental health services must not be sacrificed”

Mental Health Reform’s Chairman Eddie Molloy argues in this week’s Irish Independent that mental health services must not be sacrificed to shore up the HSE deficit: “DURING a recent RTE radio programme, former supreme court judge Catherine McGuinness remarked on the report on the deaths of children in the care of the State that nearly … Read more “Mental health services must not be sacrificed”

Mental Health Reform calls for clarification on mental health budget

Mental Health Reform is calling for clarification on the future of the mental health budget, following reports in today’s Irish Times that the €35 million earmarked for development of community mental health services could be used to shore up deficits in that area.   Director of Mental Health Reform, Orla Barry, commented on the reports, … Read more Mental Health Reform calls for clarification on mental health budget

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