An independent report into how social care and services should be delivered in Wales has recommended that users should have much more personalised services.
A group of service users from the RCT area have designed their own on line survey, asking mental health service users from across the UK to give their views on where money available for research should be spent.
A report published today by the Auditor General for Wales has concluded that little progress has been made in improving the planning and delivery of housing services for people with mental health needs.
The new edition of the Mental Health Wales Journal is now available online. This season’s edition is a young people’s special and features an exclusive, in-depth interview with the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Keith Towler.
In its draft budget for the next three years the Assembly Government has said that mental health services will be protected from funding cuts…
Hafal’s work across the 22 counties of Wales was showcased at the charity’s “Road to Recovery” autumn conference which took place in Builth Wells yesterday.
New Welsh mental health laws were passed on Tuesday when Assembly Members approved the Proposed Mental Health (Wales) Measure.
The National Assembly is due to pass a motion to approve the proposed Proposed Mental Health (Wales) Measure next Tuesday (2nd November). The Measure will introduce new mental health laws to Wales and aims to: