The Code of Practice for the Mental Health (Wales) Measure has been published.
Hafal Recovery Practitioner Lee McCabe has welcomed the introduction of specific timescales on the provision of Care and Treatment Plans in the Code of Practice to Parts 2 and 3 of the Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010.
Hafal has published its Mental Health Manifesto for the forthcoming Local Government Elections which take place on Thursday May 3rd.
Hafal Expert Patient Trainer Dave Smith’s latest Western Mail column is now online. In this month’s article Dave writes about the launch of “Movin’ on Up”, a new service user-led campaign supported by Hafal in collaboration with Bipolar UK and the Mental Health Foundation.
A narrative verdict has been recorded at an inquest into the death of a patient at Prince Phillip Hospital, Llanelli.
Recordings of young people speaking about their experiences of mental health services in Wales – and what they expect from the historic Mental Health (Wales) Measure – will be online soon.
Hannah Thomas, BBC Wales Script Executive and Producer of the long-running Welsh soap opera Pobol y Cwm recently met Hafal service users and staff.
A group of intrepid mental health NHS workers from Cardiff and the Vale have kindly decided to raise money for Hafal by taking on the Three Peaks Challenge – on the same day that service users carers and professionals will be scaling Pen y Fan as part of the “Movin’ On Up” campaign.
Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) has published a report on the care and safety of mental health patients cared for at Cefn Coed Hospital in Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board (ABMU).
He’s famous for playing parts as diverse as Dr Who, Hamlet and Casanova but Scottish actor David Tennant’s big acting break came in a role which will appeal to anyone interested in the work of Hafal’s Young People’s Information Hub.