In September the All Together Now! Roadshow reached Gwynedd, Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil and Rhondda Cynon Taf.
New rights for people who are detained under section 136 of the Mental Health Act by the police are being put forward by the Welsh Government.
A festival is about to be held around Wales for the first time, to help showcase the role and relationship between mental health and the arts.
From today, calls to Samaritans, the UK’s leading suicide reduction charity, are free of charge. A new free-to-call number will enable more people who may be struggling to cope to access the vital service, which provides round the clock support, every single day of the year.
Wave Project Cymru has received £142,000 in funding for a ‘surf therapy’ mental health project to help young people in South Wales.
The multi-award winning ‘Battle Scars: A New Musical’ returns to Cardiff this autumn, presented by ALRIGHT Theatre. By exploring themes of self-harm and mental health problems in young people, the play aims to minimise stigma and create a community where the discussion of mental health problems is encouraged.
Today the Welsh Government opened its consultation on the revision of the Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice for Wales.
EUFAMI, the European Federation of Associations of Families of People with Mental Illness, has published the results of its Caring for Carers (C4C) survey which provides a global overview and deeper insight into the experience of family carers, the burdens and stigma they face, their needs and necessities as well as their strengths and support strategies.