We’re Hiring: Programme Officer

Mental Health Reform are now recruiting for a temporary, full time Programme Officer. The Programme Officer will support Mental Health Reform in delivering our innovation project for eMental Health. Core aspects of the role will include assisting the project manager in the overall running of the projects as well as delivering on particular elements of … Read more We’re Hiring: Programme Officer

Tender: Evaluation of a Cultural Sensitivity Training Programme for HSE Community Mental Health Teams

Mental Health Reform is seeking tenders to design and conduct a process and outcome evaluation of a Cultural Competency Education Programme for HSE Community Mental Health services and staff. Project overview This Sláintecare Integration project aims to adapt, pilot and evaluate a cultural competency education programme to enhance cultural competency of staff working in HSE … Read more Tender: Evaluation of a Cultural Sensitivity Training Programme for HSE Community Mental Health Teams

First Fortnight 2021 – Register Now

Mental Health Reform are proud to present two events as part of the First Fortnight Festival 2021! Register now for your free place at the virtual events taking place on 13th and 14th of January. Dear Diary, my mental health during the pandemic… It is broadly accepted that the impact of COVID-19 on peoples’ mental … Read more First Fortnight 2021 – Register Now

First Fortnight: “Dear Diary, my mental health during the pandemic…”

As part of First Fortnight 2021, Mental Health Reform was delighted to present “Dear Diary, my mental health during the pandemic…” It is broadly accepted that the impact of COVID 19 on peoples mental health has been significant, and yet, many will have experienced these impacts completely differently. Some people who may never have experienced … Read more First Fortnight: “Dear Diary, my mental health during the pandemic…”

First Fortnight: “Conversation Café: Youth Mental Health In The Midwest”

COVID-19 has brought about huge changes to the way we live, with children and young people being significantly affected. Since the crisis began, youth mental health services have reported higher levels of anxiety as well as increased demand for their services. As we continue to be confronted with COVID-19, we must ensure that the mental … Read more First Fortnight: “Conversation Café: Youth Mental Health In The Midwest”

Government must not miss opportunity to prepare mental health system

Today, Mental Health Reform told the Oireachtas Sub-Committee on Mental Health that the Government must seize the opportunity during the COVID-19 pandemic to prioritise mental health services and supports, or risk significant shortfall as the long term mental health impact of the pandemic sets in. “COVID-19 is a mental health emergency as well as a … Read more Government must not miss opportunity to prepare mental health system

LGBTI+ Mental Health Seminar

Mental Health Reform, LGBT Ireland, and Belong To are hosting a free webinar to explore the topic of mental health and the LGBTI+ community.  This HSE funded event will explore themes including the: prevalence of mental health difficulties within the LGBTI+ community access to services and supports early intervention and prevention for young people how … Read more LGBTI+ Mental Health Seminar

Call for Participants in My Voice Matters: Views and Experiences of LGBTI+ People Using Mental Health Services

Mental Health Reform and LGBT Ireland are delighted to open the call for participants in “My Voice Matters: Views and Experiences of LGBTI+ People Using Mental Health Services”. Through this project, Mental Health Reform and LGBT Ireland aim to document and analyse the lived experiences of LGBTI+ people who use mental health services in Ireland. … Read more Call for Participants in My Voice Matters: Views and Experiences of LGBTI+ People Using Mental Health Services

Budget 2021 a positive first step in meeting the countries mental health needs

Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today welcome the allocation of an additional €38M to mental health for the development of new services and €12M to support the provision of existing levels of service announced in Budget 2021. Fiona Coyle, CEO of Mental Health Reform, said, “There is no doubt about … Read more Budget 2021 a positive first step in meeting the countries mental health needs

Government must act on its own concerns regarding mental health of population

Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today called on the Government  to act on its own concerns and the advice of the World Health Organisation (WHO), and significantly  increase investment in mental health services to protect the mental health of the population.  Explaining why the whole country was moving to Level … Read more Government must act on its own concerns regarding mental health of population

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