Category Archives: Events

Making the big push to resolve Mental Health Service Provision - Chair of the Health Committee Maeve McLaughlin MLA, AMH Chief Executive David Babington and AMH Communications Officer Amy Black.

Regress? React? Resolve? – Time to Resolve!

Northern Ireland’s First Mental Health Summit 24th February 2016 09.30 – 15.30 Stormont Hotel, Belfast On 24th February 2016, Action Mental Health will be hosting Northern Ireland’s first Mental Health


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#12ChristmasWishes

Looking towards the Northern Ireland Assembly Elections in May 2016, we are asking on behalf of our clients, their families, our sta­ff, and the voluntary sector, that the new Assembly


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  Action Mental Health has joined the global campaign #GivingTuesday. Giving Tuesday is a global day dedicated to giving back; taking place on Tuesday 1st December 2015. The Tuesday after


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Together For You Campaign

Asking for help isn’t a weakness, it’s a strength Together For You throughout the month of November are running a campaign to encourage Men to look after their mental health


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Together For You celebrates reaching over 30,000 people

The Together For You partners were out in force on Saturday (10th October) raising awareness of ‘Dignity in Mental Health’ as part of World Mental Health Day in the Maiden


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NI CYCLISTS WERE UP FOR THE ULTIMATE GRANITE CHALLENGE

Nearly 300 cycling enthusiasts from across Northern Ireland put their endurance skills to the test by competing in the famous, not-to-be-missed Granite Challenge to raise funds for charity. It was


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Granite Challenge-Back By Popular Demand!

The 55 mile Granite Challenge starts in the Cathedral town of Downpatrick, cycling via Tyrella towards Dundrum, then along the coast road through the seaside town of Newcastle, towards Annalong.


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James Goligher takes Action on Mental Health

                    Local Derry Man, James Goligher took on the challenge of an Ironman and raised a staggering £3,000 for Action Mental