10th October 2022

New Workplace Framework to meet rising need for staff mental health support

Mental Health Ireland has coproduced a new Workplace Framework to help guide and equip employers and staff with the tools to understand and manage mental health challenges in the workplace.…
7th October 2022

Blanchardstown Centre invite you to #BeThere for mental health this October

Blanchardstown Centre is inviting the public to a weekend of self-care, shopping and supporting Ireland’s longest running mental health charity this October. Over the weekend of October 22nd and 23rd,…
27th September 2022

Making Mental Health & Wellbeing a Global Priority Starts at Home this October

Mental Health Ireland is leading an interactive campaign this October aimed at protecting and improving mental health in communities, schools and workplaces around the country. October is World Mental Health…
14th September 2022

HUGS@home Recruiting Training Participants

HUGS@home are now actively recruiting training participants.  The project, supported by Movember, aims to support family members/friends to communicate better with their first responders, following difficult incidents at work. The…
15th August 2022

Get Walking & Talking for the Tenth Annual Green Ribbon Campaign!

The public are invited to attend and support the Green Ribbon walks organised by IFA in partnership with See Change, Coillte, and Mental Health Ireland in support of the Green…
Farm Health & SafetyNews
25th July 2022

Farmer Health and Safety

Finola Colgan Development Officer Mental Health Ireland and Niamh Nolan Project Manager Farmers4Safety Managing Risk Together -EIP Agri Project
1st December 2021

Christmas Creativity Competition to celebrate Traveller Culture and Resilience

Mental Health Ireland and partners are inviting members of the Traveller Community of all ages and interests to showcase their creative skills in a Christmas competition celebrating Traveller culture, resilience,…
25th November 2021

Partnering with RCSI for their SAFER Families/Friends research project

We are delighted to be partners with RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences for their project to support the mental health of first responders, which will explore how family…
15th November 2021

If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything – by Keith Russell, Founder of The Endless Spiral

If you put your mind to it, you can accomplish anything I’ve been on quite the emotional journey the past year, but my story doesn’t begin there, and it doesn’t end with…
19th October 2021

A Discussion on Menopause and Mental Health on World Menopause Day 2021

To mark World Menopause Day - October 18th - Mental Health Ireland hosted a webinar exploring the impact of menopause on our mental health and wellbeing, and ways in which…
10th October 2021

Excellence Award to Recognise Work of Mental Health Nurses Launched on World Mental Health Day

Mental Health Ireland has launched an innovation award to recognise mental health nurses who bring ‘new thinking’ to the field today - World Mental Health Day, October 10th.  Mental Health…
9th October 2021

Mental Health Ireland calls for ‘momentum for change, accelerated’ in Budget 2022

Mental Health Ireland is seeking a strong signal in the upcoming Budget that the Government is fully committed to the national mental health policy Sharing the Vison. As one of…

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