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New mental health and intellectual disability courses at Portobello Institute

The Portobello Institute has welcomed the latest news from the Department of Health regarding its intentions to fulfil promises made in the HSE’s A Vision for Change, a plan seen as the first serious attempt at improving mental health services across the country.

Loughrea conference to heighten awareness of mental health issues

The HSE’s community mental health team in Loughrea/Athenry in association with Mental Health Ireland is organising a one day conference titled “Mental Health: The Challenges of Today”, on Friday May 22 at the Lough Rea Hotel in Loughrea.

Mental Health seminar

The HSE West Health Promotion Service, in association with Westport Family and Community Resource Centre and the Westport Men’s Group, is organising a seminar called Managing your Mental Health on Monday May 25 at 7.30pm in the Wyatt Hotel in Westport.

Dance for mental health

Strengthening families with Westmeath Foroige

This September Forogie will be delivering the Strengthening Families Programme (SFP) on behalf of the Midlands Regional Drugs Taskforce.

Look after your mental health — it’s worth the effort

Most people are happy to go along to the doctor with a sore throat or a pain or flu symptoms — we know that much of the time an antibiotic or a stronger pain killer can help us to feel better.

Website launched for mental health awareness

John Maloney, TD, Minister for Equality, Disability and Mental Health launched a new website for young people, aimed at improving their awareness and understanding of mental health and well being. The aim is to encourage young people to talk about their problems with family, friends, or an adult they trust.

Learning how to bounce right back after these festive stresses

Developing resilience - the ability to bounce back from difficult experiences - is one of the keys to coping well with life’s stresses and adversities, according to the HSE West.

Kenny gets reassurance on Castlebar mental health services

Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny TD has received assurances from the HSE that specialist mental health services in Castlebar will be adequately met with supports in place to meet the social needs of those concerned. This follows the closure of the Psychiatric Day Centre which operated for many years at the Sacred Heart Hospital. The service provided there was specialist and of great personal importance to those who attended.


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