The next 4 years must count in transforming mental health services-Mental Health Reform on the 6th Anniversary of A Vision for Change

Representatives of Mental Health Reform’s 21 member organisations marked the 6th anniversary of the publication of government mental health policy A Vision for Change today (23/01/12) in Dublin to stress that a lot of ground needs to be made up if this policy is to be fully implemented. People with mental health conditions and their … Read moreThe next 4 years must count in transforming mental health services-Mental Health Reform on the 6th Anniversary of A Vision for Change

Announcement of Directorate for Mental Health Extremely Welcome – Mental Health Reform

National umbrella organisation for mental health, Mental Health Reform, has welcomed the announcement of a Director for Mental Health as part of the new governance structures within the HSE. The new Directorate structure shows clear identification of mental health as a definitive area of priority for this Government. “Mental Health Reform has campaigned for a Directorate of Mental Health … Read moreAnnouncement of Directorate for Mental Health Extremely Welcome – Mental Health Reform

Ward Closure shows Seriousness of Moratorium Impact on Mental Health Services

The ward closure in St Brendan’s is a sign of the seriousness the impact of the staff moratorium is having on the mental health services, national umbrella organisation for mental health, Mental Health Reform, has said. The group called for an exemption of the moratorium as well as funding to restore lost posts in the … Read moreWard Closure shows Seriousness of Moratorium Impact on Mental Health Services

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