“I could never say that before…”

We continue our series of monthly member blogs, with this month’s blog coming from Pio Fenton, Chairperson of Samaritans in Ireland, about his experience of volunteering with the listening-ear service. “I could never say that before…” I first became a Samaritans volunteer about 9 years ago. It has been a huge experience in terms of getting … Read more “I could never say that before…”

Mental Health Reform expresses disappointment at stagnant mental health services

The national mental health coalition Mental Health Reform has expressed concern that the Inspector of mental health services has found that mental health services were ‘stagnant and perhaps have slipped backwards in 2012.’ The Inspector’s comments were published alongside the 2012 Annual Report of the Mental Health Commission. The Inspector’s continued finding that services are … Read more Mental Health Reform expresses disappointment at stagnant mental health services

Mental Health Reform expresses disappointment at stagnant mental health services

The national mental health coalition Mental Health Reform has expressed concern that the Inspector of mental health services has found that mental health services were ‘stagnant and perhaps have slipped backwards in 2012.’ The Inspector’s comments were published alongside the 2012 Annual Report of the Mental Health Commission. The Inspector’s continued finding that services are … Read more Mental Health Reform expresses disappointment at stagnant mental health services

Balbriggan meeting on mental health services

Our fourth public meeting is coming up, this time in Balbriggan, North Co. Dublin: The meeting will discuss good quality mental health services and a recovery approach. The meeting will be held from 2:00pm to 4:30pm on: Thursday 20th June in Hamilton Hall, Balbriggan Town Hall. Mental Health Reform is the national coalition that promotes … Read more Balbriggan meeting on mental health services

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