The Oireachtas Members’ Briefing Pack on Mental Health was launched at the first meeting of the Cross Party Group on Mental Health in Leinster House yesterday (18/05/11) by Journalist Carol Hunt. Have a read and let us know what you think in the comments.
This paper by Liz Brosnan seeks to understand and explain how the human rights frameworks can offer a different way for mental health activists to engage with the system and influence improvements in how care is delivered.
Artist Gabriella Eviston has kindly gifted her beautiful paintings to Mental Health Reform for a year and it is wonderful to have such inspiring work lighting up our new office.
Mental Health Reform calls for an executive structure, implementation plan and resourcing for delivery of commitments within the new government’s first 100 days.
Mental Health Reform seeks structure, plan and resources to deliver commitments on mental health. The government has been urged to deliver on its commitments to mental health by publishing a detailed plan for reform of services within its first 100 days in Office.
Mental Health Reform is pleased at the appointment of Kathleen Lynch TD as Minister of State with responsibility for Mental Health
Read about what the main political parties are saying about mental health in their 2011 election manifestos.
Guest Blog by Dr John Owens, former Chairperson of the Mental Health Commission, on the implementation of the National Mental Health Policy Document – Vision for Change.
Help make mental health reform a priority. We would like people to raise their concern about Ireland’s outdated mental health services with election candidates.
Voters were urged today to raise their concern about Ireland’s outdated mental health services with election candidates – to ensure improving mental health services is an election issue.