Welsh mental health charity Hafal has announced that it is joining up with carers’ charity Crossroads Care Mid & West Wales to form one organisation. The two charities are already working closely together and propose to merge formally on 1 April 2017.
The Mental Health Foundation has published a new paper to support the Joseph Rowntree Foundation’s anti-poverty strategy.
The Autumn 2016 edition of the Mental Health Wales journal is now online and it’s a physical health special.
The Welsh mental health arts festival is back for a second year! Organised by Disability Arts Cymru, Ynys Môn and Gwynedd Mind and Making Minds, the festival will see a number of events take place, around Wales, this October and November.
New CIPD research finds employers are taking a reactive approach to employees’ mental health issues, when preventative steps make better business sense.
A ‘one-stop’ hub of resources to support GPs to deliver the best possible care to patients with perinatal mental health conditions has been launched by the Royal College of GPs.
Today the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute launch their first major policy initiative, In Control. The charity, founded by Martin Lewis, will now start an in-depth consultation, bringing together the financial services and retail industries to find better ways to support people with mental health problems to regulate their spending.
The number of adults living with low mental well-being in Wales could be reduced by more than a quarter (27%) if no individuals in Wales were exposed to harmful experiences in childhood says a new study by Public Health Wales.
Today the revised Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice for Wales was laid before the Assembly and published online. The Code will become extant on 3rd October 2016.
The first ever International Fathers’ Mental Health Day will take place on Monday 20th June 2016 to raise awareness of postnatal depression (PND), antenatal anxiety and childbirth trauma experienced by men.