Mental Health Reform welcomes appointment of Minister of State with responsibility for mental health.

  Mental Health Reform welcomes the appointment of Helen McEntee as Minister of State with special responsibility for mental health. Mental Health Reform, the national coalition for mental health welcomes the appointment of Deputy Helen McEntee as Minister of State at the Department of Health with special responsibility for mental health. Congratulating Deputy McEntee on … Read more Mental Health Reform welcomes appointment of Minister of State with responsibility for mental health.

Lack of detailed commitment to mental health funding in Programme for Government disappointing

13 May 2016 For immediate release Lack of detailed commitment to mental health funding in Programme for Government disappointing Mental Health Reform has expressed severe concern at the lack of a detailed commitment to mental health funding in the new Programme for Government. The Director of Mental Health Reform Dr Shari McDaid said: “following the … Read more Lack of detailed commitment to mental health funding in Programme for Government disappointing

Nationwide demonstration for mental health attracts huge crowds

  Approximately 400 people turned out in the rain last week (Thursday 28th April) to demand priority for mental health. The event was a huge success thanks to all those who attended, our partners at the Union of Students in Ireland, our friends at UCD, and our excellent and passionate speakers GAA star Conor Cusack, … Read more Nationwide demonstration for mental health attracts huge crowds

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