Local Election candidates asked to make mental health a priority

A joint campaign by the Union of Students in Ireland (USI) and the national coalition Mental Health Reform is asking Local Election candidates to commit to making mental health a priority locally, if elected. Denise McCarthy, USI Deputy President & VP Welfare said: “With four weeks until the Local Elections on 23rd May, the 4MentalHealth … Read more Local Election candidates asked to make mental health a priority

MHR on Universal Health Insurance

Mental Health Reform expresses concern at absence of counselling in proposed Universal Health Insurance basket of services Reacting to the publication of the Government’s White Paper on Universal Health Insurance (UHI), the national coalition Mental Health Reform has expressed concern that the proposed standard ‘basket’ of services does not include talking therapies that are accessible … Read more MHR on Universal Health Insurance

#NotAnAprilFool

Today we mark 1st April by sharing a number of key facts and statistics about mental health. Along with SpunOut.ie,  NWCI, FLAC, Immigrant Council of Ireland, Pavee Point, Inclusion Ireland, EAPN, ERA,MRCI and Open we’ll be starting the #NotAnAprilFool conversation. Follow the conversation by following @MHReform on Twitter, or by checking out the hashtag #NotAnAprilFool. Here’s what we’ll be saying: Higher rate of #mentalhealth difficulties … Read more #NotAnAprilFool

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