Mental Health Wales recently interviewed Sian Richards on a range of issues in the Government’s new mental health Strategy, “Together for Mental Health.”
Labour Leader Ed Milliband has described mental illness as the “biggest unaddressed health challenge of our age”.
Health and Social Services Minister Lesley Griffiths AM launched “Together for Mental Health” (TMH) this week.
A report by mental health charity YoungMinds says more support needs to be given to young people who self-harm.
Today the Welsh Government launched its new Mental Health Strategy “Together for Mental Health” and an initial three-year Delivery Plan.
World Mental Health Day was celebrated at the Senedd earlier today as the culmination of “Movin’ On Up”…
£12million of new funding for mental health services in Wales has been allocated in the Draft Welsh Government Budget 2013-14.
An additional £100,000 of Welsh Government funding has been allocated to the young persons’ advice service ‘Meic’.
Youth services in Wales deserve to be valued and directed with strong strategic support at a national and local level. That’s the call from the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Keith Towler, as he publishes his annual report and accounts today.
The ‘Movin’ On Up’ campaign peaked in spectacular style today when 100 mental health service users, carers and professionals from Bipolar UK, Hafal and the Mental Health Foundation – along with intrepid members of statutory agencies from across Wales – climbed Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales.