Cork voters asked to help make mental health a priority

Mental Health Reform is inviting voters in the Cork area to a town hall meeting on mental health on Monday 30th November, 5.30-8pm in the Metropole Hotel in Cork. The meeting will be attended by Minister of State for Primary and Social Care, Kathleen Lynch TD, and other candidates from Cork North Central and South … Read more Cork voters asked to help make mental health a priority

Fishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane, in aid of MHR

THIS FUNDRAISER IS SOLD OUT Fishamble: The New Play Company presents Silent by Pat Kinevane in aid of Mental Health Reform on Friday 4th December 2015 at 6.30 pm in the Unitarian Church, 112 St. Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2. Fishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane is a stunning one man show. Homeless McGoldrig once had splendid … Read more Fishamble’s Silent by Pat Kinevane, in aid of MHR

MHR General Election Communications and Campaigns Internship

Volunteer position Hours of work: 4-5 days per week Duration: Minimum of nine months Working Hours: If 5 days: 34 hours per week – 9am – 5pm Monday to Thursday, 9am – 4pm Friday. Reports to: Communications and Campaigns Officer Main tasks: The General Election Campaigns and Communications Intern will assist the Mental Health Reform team in the … Read more MHR General Election Communications and Campaigns Internship

Cork Candidates’ Debate on Mental Health, Monday 30th November, 6-8pm

Come along to a town hall meeting on mental health in the Cork area to hear election candidates set out their plans for improving Ireland’s mental health system. Have your say and ask them about how they will address your concerns.    When:  Monday 30th November, 6-8pm    Where: Metropole Hotel, MacCurtain Street, Cork     Speakers include … Read more Cork Candidates’ Debate on Mental Health, Monday 30th November, 6-8pm

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