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New Community Healthcare Hub for mental health and disability services to be located at site of former Grove hospital in Tuam
Last weekend saw the official commencement of works at the site of the former Grove Hospital Tuam, with the formal commencement of the building works ceremony of the new Community Healthcare Hub for Mental Health and Disability Services.
Close to 1,000 children in the west of Ireland, needing mental health supports and services, are still waiting for an appointment.
As the covid-19 restrictions lift and our ‘new normal’ becomes more clear, we need to pay attention to our mental health. Leading Irish psychologists with Perspectives Ireland are advising the Irish public to be proactive about their mental health during the recovery phase of the pandemic.
Construction is to begin on two major health projects for Tuam - a new community nursing unit and a mental health day facility and disability unit - totalling more than €30 million.
Increased stress, anxiety and depression are all side-effects of Covid-19.
Last December, I found myself through work, in the fortunate position of being in Croke Park on a succession of weekends before Christmas for the conclusion of the hurling, camogie, and football championships, one of which resulted in a welcome and impressive U-20 win for Donall O Fatharta’s Galway team. They were journeys that were different to the norm.
With the number of enquiries to Grow Mental Health soaring by 400% since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the charity is hosting online support groups throughout the country and several of these are based in Mayo.
Helplink Mental Health is a west of Ireland charitable organisation that provides free or low cost mental health services; seven days a week and out-of-hours. These services are available for all.
Helplink Mental Health is a Galway-based charitable organisation that provides free or low cost mental health services for the people of Galway and beyond; 7 days a week and out-of-hours. These services are available for all.
Galway Recovery College offers education in recovery from mental health and/or life challenges through transformative learning. Usually based in NUIG, we have been offering all recovery education sessions online via Zoom since last March. Our students say that they look forward to our sessions which also provide enjoyable and productive connection in these times of isolation.