Government failed to address mental health crisis in Budget 2020 Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today expressed its dissatisfaction that, according to the Minister for Mental Health, of the increase of €39M allocated for mental health announced in Budget 2020, €26M will go towards pay increases and other existing level … Read moreGovernment failed to address mental health crisis in Budget 2020
Recent reports show that €25M from Budget 2019 have not yet been released by the Department of Health for mental health services and supports. Given increase in demand for mental health services, such as a 40% increase in demand for CAMHS in recent years and there are just 68 more staff in the HSE than … Read more€25M from Budget 2019 have not yet been released by the Department of Health
Mental Health Reform are delighted to welcome 3 new organisations to the national coalition for mental health in Ireland: 3Ts, Pavee Point and the Transformative Recovery College. This brings the coalition to 77 members. Looking forward to having an even louder voice in the call to improve mental health services & supports for everyone in … Read moreNew Members of the National Coalition for Mental Health in Ireland
This September, Mental Health Reform will be hosting a series of public consultations in Clare, Limerick and North Tipperary. We want to hear your views on how the mental health services in the Mid-West can be improved. These meetings are open to anyone who has an interest in improving local mental health services however, please … Read moreYou can make a difference in mental health services in the Mid-West!
A recent Parliamentary Question by Deputy Pearse Doherty was replied to by the HSE which outlined that 2,440 children and young people across the country are on waiting lists for speicalist mental health services. Mental Health Reform continue to be seriously concerned about the waiting for specialist Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Given … Read moreMental Health Reform continue to be seriously concerned about the waiting for CAMHS
A huge thank you to the Murray family and supporters who raised an incredible €2,000 at the Stephen Murray Memorial Benefit 2019. This will go directly to the campaign for 24/7 crisis mental health services for children and adults.
Today, July 10th, Mental Health Reform launched the Annual Report 2018. The Annual Report was launched with many members of the national coalition for mental health present, at the AGM 2019. During the AGM, both the Board and Executive of Mental Health Reform outlined the work being done by the national coalition towards the vision … Read moreAnnual Report 2018 Launch & AGM 2019
A “Coming of Age” Literary Cabaret at Buswells Hotel with Paul Lynch, in aid of Mental Health Reform. Bethencourt Productions monthly Literary Cabaret at Buswells Hotel presents a special fundraising event in aid of Mental Health Reform’s campaign for 24/7 Child & Adolescent Mental Health Services. Paul Lynch, award-winning author of three novels is our … Read more“Coming of Age”, a literary cabaret with Paul Lynch
Today, July 10th, Senator Máire Devine is moving a Bill through the Seanad. The Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) (Amendment) Bill 2017 will ensure involuntary patients in hospital for mental heath treatment will have their Advance Healthcare Directives respected. Currently, involuntary mental health patients are the only group in Ireland who are excluded from having Advance Healthcare … Read moreThe Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) (Amendment) Bill 2017
What a challenge! Lisa and Julie took on an incredible 56KM hike in France, in support of Mental Health Reform. The trek began on July 6th in Vallée de la Thur, France. Overall, Julie and Lisa completed 62KM in just 19 hours – an incredible achievement! 98,379 steps consisted of 19 hours of hiking through leafy … Read moreLisa & Julie’s 50KM Challenge