Category Archives: Events

Discussing the findings of the Big Lottery Funded Together For You Project at their final conference were expert panel members Barry Turley, Iris Elliot, Mental Health Foundation, Minister of Health Michelle OÕNeill MLA, Robbie Butler MLA, Health Committee; David Babington, Action Mental Health, Gerry Lynch; Royal College of Psychiatrists NI.

Together For You reaches 52,000 beneficiaries

At a conference on Wednesday 22nd June, nine leading mental health charities celebrated the achievement of reaching over 52,000 beneficiaries with mental health services through the Together For You project,


Sponsored Walk

Sponsored Walk

                            Our New Horizons Service in Newry is hosting a sponsored walk on Saturday 2nd July from


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Enjoy Breakfast This Saturday at AMH Promote

Come along to a very special morning at AMH Promote, Bangor – this Saturday! we will be serving tea & coffee, or why not treat yourself to breakfast. Also available to


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Donaghmore Construction Host Charity Car Wash

Come along on Friday 20th May to get your car washed and Take Action on Mental Health!


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Wild Wild West Salsa Party

We are delighted to be the beneficiary charity!! Thank you Salsa-NI! For more information contact our Events Officer: Callum Clark cclark@amh.org.uk


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Hustings in Ards!

Come along to AMH New Horizons in Newtownards on Friday 29th April @ 11am. This is your chance to quiz the candidates before we go to the polls in 2


AMH Skills Coach Pauline Matthew and Award Winner Ken Stephens

CCEA Award Winners

Three clients from AMH New Horizons North Down & Ards were recognised at the annual CCEA Celebrating Achievement Awards at Titanic Belfast last week. Ken Stevens, Heather Moore and Jacqueline Rutherford achieved


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Mental Health Summit

Let’s Resolve Mental Health Services … Together Over 250 people from all Northern Ireland, with an interest in Mental Health packed the Stormont Hotel Ballroom on 24th February for NI’s first Mental