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

Mental health faces critical budget as demand significantly increases

Today, we call on the Government to protect Ireland’s mental health services in Budget 2021 by investing €80M to address significant additional pressures on the system as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. The national coalition, for mental health, which represents 75 organisations working across the community and voluntary sector, has highlighted the urgent need … Read more Mental health faces critical budget as demand significantly increases

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