Green Ribbon 2017 by See Change

Mental Health Reform supports the Green Ribbon Campaign run by See Change, which is starting nationwide today – 27th of April. More than 500,000 green ribbons will be distributed nationwide free of charge to spark a national conversation about mental health in boardrooms, break-rooms, chat rooms, clubhouses, arts venues, college campuses and around kitchen tables … Read moreGreen Ribbon 2017 by See Change

VHI Women’s Mini Marathon 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 moreVHI Women’s Mini Marathon 2017

Vacancy: Communications and Administration Assistant (CE Position)

THE APPLICATION PERIOD HAS NOW CLOSED Mental Health Reform is now recruiting for the position of Communications and Administration Assistant (CE Position). Mental Health Reform (MHR) is the leading national coalition driving progressive reform of Ireland’s mental health system. With more than 50 member organisations and more than 10,000 individual supporters, Mental Health Reform is … Read moreVacancy: Communications and Administration Assistant (CE Position)

Mental Health Reform calls for passage of the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill

Mental Health Reform today expressed support for the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill and called for its swift passage through the houses of the Oireachtas. Speaking about the Bill, Shari McDaid, Director, said, “The misuse of alcohol plays too great a role in coping with mental and emotional distress in Ireland. It is widely recognised that … Read moreMental Health Reform calls for passage of the Public Health (Alcohol) Bill

Vacancy: Policy & Research Intern (Volunteer)

Mental Health Reform (MHR) is the leading national coalition driving progressive reform of Ireland’s mental health system. With more than 50 member organisations and more than 10,000 individual supporters, Mental Health Reform is implementing an ambitious strategic plan to achieve fulfilment of peoples’ right to the highest attainable standard of mental health. Mental Health Reform … Read moreVacancy: Policy & Research Intern (Volunteer)

Minister’s announcement of roadmap for out-of-hours access to mental health services welcomed by campaigning groups

Minister’s announcement of roadmap for out-of-hours access to mental health services welcomed by campaigning groups A group of organisations including A Lust for Life, Future Voices, Mental Health Reform and Uplift, who have been campaigning for holistic, 24/7 community-based mental health services throughout the country, today welcomed the statement by Minister of State for Mental … Read moreMinister’s announcement of roadmap for out-of-hours access to mental health services welcomed by campaigning groups

Minister McEntee receives 12,000 signatures for 24/7 crisis mental health services

Minister McEntee will today outside Leinster House receive 12,000 signatures calling for 24/7 Crisis Community-Based Mental Health Services from the #InOurHourOfNeed campaignA petition of almost 12,000 signatures will be delivered to Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee, TD by Mental Health Reform, A Lust for Life, Uplift and Future Voices. … Read moreMinister McEntee receives 12,000 signatures for 24/7 crisis mental health services

Launch of MHR’s guidelines for mental health services and staff on working with people from ethnic minority communities.

What? Mental Health Reform (MHR), in partnership with the Mental Health Commission, is launching its guidelines for mental health services and staff on working with people from ethnic minority communities. The guidelines are rooted in MHR’s policy position on ethnic minorities and mental health, [link to the report can be found below]  which was developed on the basis … Read moreLaunch of MHR’s guidelines for mental health services and staff on working with people from ethnic minority communities.

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