A major new policy institute dedicated to researching and finding solutions to the link between mental illness and money problems was launched last week. The institute is funded by a donation of £2 million from Money Saving Expert founder Martin Lewis.
The largest research project of its kind, designed to better understand the health of people living in Wales, was launched this week.
A £2m funding package is being made available over the next two years to continue the support provided to carers in Wales, Health and Social Services Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.
The NHS in England has committed to the biggest transformation of mental health care across the NHS in a generation, pledging to help more than a million extra people and investing more than a billion pounds a year by 2020/21.
Are you a carer? Carers Trust Wales wants to know what you think! In the run-up to this year’s National Assembly for Wales election in May 2016, Carers Trust Wales is calling on political parties to build a ‘Caring Wales’ to promote, protect and recognise all carers.
The Spring 2016 of the Mental health Wales journal is now online and it’s a talking therapies special.
Mental health is fast becoming one of the great issues of our time with growing numbers of people in the UK seeking help. BBC One will dedicate two weeks of the schedule to explore this important subject in closer detail across a range of programming from news and drama to documentaries and features.
Welsh charity Hafal is calling on mental health carers to take part in a survey which will shape its campaigning for carers.
Next Thursday (4th Feb) is Time to Talk Day 2016: a day when Time to Change Wales will be asking the nation to take five minutes to have a conversation about mental health.
Improving services for children and young people with mental health problems and older people with dementia are among the Welsh Government’s key priorities for mental health in Wales over the next three years, Health and Social Services Mark Drakeford announced today.