My Voice Matters: Reports show people with mental health difficulties and their families are not receiving services in line with national policy

Today, Mental Health Reform launched the findings of two national surveys into people’s experience of HSE mental health services. The My Voice Matters reports, launched by John Farrelly, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Commission, include a report on the experience of 1,188 service users and a report on the experience of 786 family members, … Read moreMy Voice Matters: Reports show people with mental health difficulties and their families are not receiving services in line with national policy

Ruling against HSE a wake-up call for mental health services

Mental Health Reform notes the ruling of the Kilkenny District Court against the Health Service Executive in a prosecution brought by the Mental Health Commission. During the proceedings, the Assistant Inspector for Mental Health Services said in relation to the inpatient conditions described that they were “contrary to everything a hospital should stand for”. Commenting, … Read moreRuling against HSE a wake-up call for mental health services

MHR welcome the Mental Health Commission’s Strategic Plan

Picture of John Farrelly, Chief Executive of the Mental Health Commission and Shari McDaid, Director of Mental Health Reform, holding a copy of the Mental Health Commissions publication, "Protecting People's Rights"

Mental Health Reform, the national coalition on mental health, has today welcomed the human rights emphasis in the Mental Health Commission’s Strategic Plan, launched this morning. Speaking about the launch, Director of Mental Health Reform, Shari McDaid, said, “We are really encouraged to see the prioritisation of human rights in the Mental Health Commission’s Strategic … Read moreMHR welcome the Mental Health Commission’s Strategic Plan

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