Immediate Release: Amnesty and Mental Health Reform welcome publication of report on Mental Health Act and urge action on complaints and treatment to those who are ‘unwilling’

Amnesty International Ireland and Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, have together (05/03/2015) welcomed the publication by Minister for Primary and Social Care, Kathleen Lynch TD, of the Report of the Expert Group on the Review of the Mental Health Act 2001. Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director of Amnesty International Ireland, said: “Amnesty … Read more Immediate Release: Amnesty and Mental Health Reform welcome publication of report on Mental Health Act and urge action on complaints and treatment to those who are ‘unwilling’

HSE plan to provide 7-day-a-week support to people with mental health difficulties is welcome, says Mental Health Reform

Mental Health Reform, the national coalition promoting improved mental health services, has welcomed recent HSE commitments to strengthen the response offered by A&E departments to people in crisis and to extend mental health services to weekends. The commitment is contained in the HSE’s Mental Health Division Operational Plan for 2015. Director of Mental Health Reform, … Read more HSE plan to provide 7-day-a-week support to people with mental health difficulties is welcome, says Mental Health Reform

HSE plan to provide 7-day-a-week support to people with mental health difficulties is welcome, says Mental Health Reform

Mental Health Reform, the national coalition promoting improved mental health services, has welcomed recent HSE commitments to strengthen the response offered by A&E departments to people in crisis and to extend mental health services to weekends. The commitment is contained in the HSE’s Mental Health Division Operational Plan for 2015. Director of Mental Health Reform, … Read more HSE plan to provide 7-day-a-week support to people with mental health difficulties is welcome, says Mental Health Reform

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