A follow up review of safety issues in Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services by Healthcare Inspectorate Wales (HIW) and the Wales Audit Office (WAO) has found that children and young people accessing mental health services in Wales continue to be put at risk.
The UK Government has failed in its attempt to overturn a landmark ruling which found that fit-for-work benefits tests are unfair for people with mental health problems…
Check out the latest edition of our Mental Health Wales journal which includes news of the BACP’s call for greater access to psychological therapies
Calls have been made for a reduction in the number of people in Wales taken into police custody with mental health problems:
Health Minister Mark Drakeford launched our new “Up 4 It” initiative at an event in Ystrad Mynach today.
Hafal won the Care Programme Approach Association UK Award in the “Excellence in Providing Information about the Care Process for Service Users and/or Carers” category for our ‘How to get a great Care and Treatment Plan’ training course!
We had a fantastic day yesterday at Hafal’s 2013 Autumn Conference in Builth Wells.
Mark Drakeford AM will officially launch the “Up 4 It” initiative, which has been awarded £754,000 by the Big Lottery, on 14th November 2013 at the Post Grad Centre, Ysbyty Ystrad Fawr, Ystrad Mynach
Autumn Conference marks culmination of groundbreaking
Lights! Camera! ACTION! 2013 mental health campaign
Following public outcry and calls for better journalism from mental health charities, The Sun newspaper has printed a correction of its front page headline from earlier in the week which read “1,200 killed by mental patients”.