Launch of Report by Taskforce on Youth Mental Health a Failed Opportunity

Launch of Report by Taskforce on Youth Mental Health a Failed Opportunity Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today called the launch of the report by the Taskforce on Youth Mental Health a failed opportunity, highlighting the absence of any budget commitment for implementation. Speaking at the launch of the report, … Read more Launch of Report by Taskforce on Youth Mental Health a Failed Opportunity

#InOurHourOfNeed Campaign for 24/7 Crisis Mental Health Support

Click here to sign the petition Click here for a full breakdown of MHR’s position on 24/7 crisis mental health services Mental Health Reform has relaunched the campaign for 24/7 crisis mental health services in every community across Ireland. Last February, the then Minister of State Helen McEntee, TD promised a roadmap for improved out … Read more #InOurHourOfNeed Campaign for 24/7 Crisis Mental Health Support

My Voice Matters: National Consultation on Mental Health Services

My Voice Matters: National Consultation on Mental Health Services Have your voice heard in Mental Health Reform’s national consultation on mental health services. We want to hear from people using mental health services, and the people that support them. Service User Survey Family, Friends and Carers Survey What is it? My Voice Matters is a … Read more My Voice Matters: National Consultation on Mental Health Services

Mental Health Reform welcomes publication of report by Seanad Committee on children’s mental health services

Mental Health Reform welcomes publication of report by Seanad Committee on children’s mental health services Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, today welcomed the publication of the Seanad Public Consultation Committee’s report on children’s mental health services. The report follows a number of public hearings held by the Committee which sought the … Read more Mental Health Reform welcomes publication of report by Seanad Committee on children’s mental health services

Mental Health Reform acknowledges additional commitment of funding for mental health services in 2019 by Ministers Harris and Daly

Mental Health Reform acknowledges additional commitment of funding for mental health services in 2019 by Ministers Harris and Daly Mental Health Reform today acknowledged receipt of a letter from Minister of Health Simon Harris and Minister of State Jim Daly committing to the full €105M of development funding to implement A Vision for Change between … Read more Mental Health Reform acknowledges additional commitment of funding for mental health services in 2019 by Ministers Harris and Daly

Government fails to deliver promised funding for mental health in budget 2018

Government fails to deliver promised funding for mental health in budget 2018 Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today expressed dismay that the Government will allocate just €15M of additional funding for mental health services in 2018. This follows confirmation today by Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, … Read more Government fails to deliver promised funding for mental health in budget 2018

Mental Health Reform extremely disappointed in shortfall in mental health budget for 2018

Mental Health Reform extremely disappointed in shortfall in mental health budget for 2018 Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today expressed extreme disappointment in the Government’s allocation of additional funding for mental health services in 2018, commenting that when put in the context of the commitment for 2017 it adds up … Read more Mental Health Reform extremely disappointed in shortfall in mental health budget for 2018

Mental Health Reform calls for a rights-based approach to review of Ireland’s mental health policy

Launching its submission to the Dept. of Health on their review of the national mental health policy, A Vision for Change, Mental Health Reform, the national coalition for mental health, has today called for a rights-based approach to review of Ireland’s mental health policy. The submission, based on in-depth consultation with the coalition’s 60 member … Read more Mental Health Reform calls for a rights-based approach to review of Ireland’s mental health policy

Technology for Wellbeing International Conference

ReachOut Ireland and Mental Health Reform are delighted to come together to host the fifth annual Technology for Wellbeing International Conference. The event is possible thanks to financial support from the Interreg North-West Europe Programme. The conference will take place on Thursday, 16 November 2017 at the National Gallery, Merrion Square, Dublin 2. Confirmed speakers include Clare … Read more Technology for Wellbeing International Conference

Mental Health Reform urge Government to fulfil commitment to invest at least €55m in Budget 2018

Launching its pre-budget submission today, Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has called on the Government to fulfil its commitment to invest at least €55m in development funding for mental health services in Budget 2018. Speaking on behalf of its 60 member organisations, Director of Mental Health Reform, Shari McDaid, said, “We … Read more Mental Health Reform urge Government to fulfil commitment to invest at least €55m in Budget 2018

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