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

Hell & Back 2017

Our previous supporters… Marathon Effort! Last year, Feidhlim McGowan (Left) ran the Dublin Marathon for MHR and raised a massive €1,900 in sponsorship! Thanks to Feidhlim, MHR were able to purchase campaign materials, like posters and banners, for our #IAmAReason campaign. The #IAmAReason campaign demanded continued investment in mental health service in budget 2017. We even … Read more Hell & Back 2017

Vacancies: Two Peer Research Assistants (PRAs)

Mental Health Reform is now seeking to contract two Peer Research Assistants (PRAs) to assist with our National Consultation ‘My Voice Matters’ on the experiences of people who use public mental health services and their family members and carers. The My Voice Matters consultation will gather feedback through two national surveys (one for service users … Read more Vacancies: Two Peer Research Assistants (PRAs)

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