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New Workplace Mental Health e-module launched!

This free module will support you in leading out on workplace mental health and wellbeing. It aligns with our Wellness Works Framework.

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New Creativity for Wellbeing Workbook

A perfect gift for a loved one... or yourself.

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Promoting Mental Health, Wellbeing & Recovery

Mental Health Ireland is the longest established mental health charity in Ireland. Throughout our history we and the Mental Health Associations have played a central role in reshaping how the public understand mental health issues.

Since our establishment in 1966, we have been front and centre in promoting mental health, supporting people with lived experience of mental health challenges in their recovery and bringing practical expression to national policy objectives.

Mental Health Ireland’s strategy Mental Health for All – Hope, Strength & Action 2022 – 2024 is an invitation to become involved in something bigger, to be part of a dynamic movement that makes a real difference to many peoples’ lives.

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News and Events

19th January 2024

PRISM research Project seeking young people for advisory panel

Dr. Sadhbh Byrne from the Department of Psychology at Maynooth University is leading a new research project, called PRISM (PRovision of Informal Support for Mental health), in partnership with Mental…
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15th January 2024

Tips on easing into the rest of winter

As you pry yourself from your duvet each morning in January, it’s easy to see why animals choose to hibernate. January is home to cold, wet, dark mornings and evenings.…
15th December 2023

 New independent chair announced for ‘Sharing the Vision’ National Implementation Committee

The Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Mary Butler TD announced the appointment of Mental Health Ireland's friend and colleague Catherine Brogan as the next independent Chair of the…


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