Note on National Demonstration Thursday April 28th

We understand that there will be a number of gatherings taking place around the country tomorrow on the same theme of mental health. The only event being organised by Mental Health Reform tomorrow is the demonstration outside the Dail in Dublin at 12.30 pm, which we are hosting in conjunction with the Union of Students … Read more

Posters for you local mental health event

Please feel free to download and print these images for your local mental health event! [gview file=”https://www.mentalhealthreform.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/A3-Poster.pdf”] [gview file=”https://www.mentalhealthreform.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/A1-BLANK.pdf”]

NONE OF MENTAL HEALTH DEVELOPMENT FUNDING FOR 2016 (€35 MILLION) RELEASED TO HSE.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Tuesday April 26th 2016   THE Department of Health has not yet released any of the €35 million in development funding for mental health to the HSE which was supposed to be ring-fenced in Budget 2016, it has emerged. Speaking on the Claire Byrne Live Show on RTE last night, the National Director for Mental … Read more

National demonstration for Mental Health – Thursday, April 28th, 2016

You have probably heard reports that €12 million is being diverted from the mental health budget to other areas of the health service. This is NOT OK. We need to send a strong message that mental health must be a priority for the next government. Join the Union of Students in Ireland and Mental Health Reform for a demonstration on … Read more

Please sign this petition to protect mental health funding

Mental Health Reform is happy to share this petition which was posted by Aisling Riordan. If you believe that mental health funding should not be used to prop up other areas of the health service please sign this petition: Mental Health Reform believes that it is unacceptable that funding for mental health continues to prop … Read more

Unacceptable that mental health funds continue to prop up other areas in the health service

  Unacceptable that mental health funds continue to prop up other areas in the health service- Mental Health Reform. Mental Health Reform believes that it is unacceptable that funding for mental health continues to prop up other areas of the health service. According to a report in today’s Irish Times Minister Kathleen Lynch, Minister of … Read more

Almost one in ten children admitted to adult mental health units in 2015 were 16 or younger.

Monday 11 April 2016 Mental Health Reform expresses concern at the number of children under 17 admitted to adult mental health units Mental Health Reform is concerned by new data which reveals that almost one in ten children admitted to an adult mental health unit in Ireland last year were aged 16 or younger. According … Read more

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