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Mental health seminar for youth workers

Westmeath County Council in conjunction with Westmeath Community & Voluntary Forum and Westmeath Comhairle na nÓg are hosting a Mental Health Seminar for community activists, youth workers, support workers, and all with an interest in the subject.

Mental health services meeting

Mental Health Reform invites people in the Mayo area with an interest in

Castlebar Grow it Yourself

Fourteen new mental health posts in Mayo don’t go far enough says Kilcoyne

Mayo mental health services has seen a reduction of 120 nurses from 260 to 140 since the introduction of the Croke Park Agreement three years ago, according to figures obtained by independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne. The Castlebar town councillor has hit out at An Taoiseach Enda Kenny for announcing only 14 new mental health posts in the county this week when “more than 114 are needed”.

Fourteen new mental health posts in Mayo don’t go far enough says Kilcoyne

By Toni Bourke

Ballinasloe psychiatric hospital gets a facelift

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A ward at St Brigid’s Hospital in Ballinasloe has been upgraded at a cost of half a million euro. The project involved the upgrading of bedrooms and en suite facilities, the provision of additional bathrooms and decorating of the main ward area together with the purchase of new furniture and equipment for patients.

One-tenth of Mullingar’s hospital budget paid by private beds

Exactly one euro in 10 needed to run the Midland Regional Hospital in Mullingar is earned from its private patients, it was revealed this week (February 19).

Master class on mental health in GMIT

A talk on mental health will take place at the GMIT Castlebar Campus on Thursday February 14. Dr Grainne Fadden, a leading UK clinical psychologist, will present a master class on Working Collaboratively with Families in Mental Health: Challenges and Opportunities.

Three and a half times more people now die by suicide than on the roads

The Road Safety Authority (RSA), An Garda Siochana, the Department of Transport, and road safety officers the country wide should be commended for their successful efforts in reducing the number of road fatalities in Ireland. The results have been staggering and far beyond the targets set.

Macra Na Feirme

Macra Na Feirme is in the process of setting up a club in north Mayo serving Ardagh and the surrounding areas.


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