The deadline for submitting views on “Together for Mental Health”, the Government’s new Mental Health Strategy for Wales, is imminent.
Hafal North Wales Manager Carina Edwards’ latest Western Mail column is now online.
The “Movin’ On Up” campaign attracted a huge amount of interest from young people at the Royal Welsh Show today.
Movin’ On Up”, the service-user led campaign which aims to take mental health services in Wales to the next level, will visit the Royal Welsh Show next week.
Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, former President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – the largest mental health organisation in the world – visited Hafal today.
Improving service provision by ensuring the voices of carers and mental health service users are listened to and their views acted upon was the theme of today’s “Movin’ On Up” event in Caerphilly.
Health and Social Services Minister Lesley Griffiths AM attended a lively service user-led discussion at Hafal’s Resource Centre in Wrexham today.
The Welsh Government’s draft Mental Health Strategy, “Together for Mental Health” was the main talking point at today’s “Movin’ On Up” event in Aberdare.
A Freedom of Information request by WalesOnline has revealed that young people with mental health problems are still being treated on adult wards despite a commitment by the Welsh Government to end what has been described as a “scandalous” practice.
A mother whose teenage daughter was diagnosed with anorexia will present a petition to the Welsh Government this month asking for a specialist eating disorder service for young people in Wales.