Category Archives: AMH News

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New Horizons Belfast Celebrates Clients’ Success

Earlier this month, Action Mental Health (AMH) New Horizons Belfast hosted a certificate presentation day to celebrate the individual achievements of clients.   Located in Belfast city centre, the New


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AMH Puts The Wheels In Motion for Mental Health

AMH New Horizons Foyle have received £8692 from Awards For All Northern Ireland, to help them introduce a new cycling initiative which provides groups with the opportunity to either reengage


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New Horizons Derriaghy Celebrates Clients’ Achievements

This week, New Horizons Derriaghy hosted a certificate presentation day to celebrate the individual achievements of over 40 clients during the last 12 months.   The New Horizons division of AMH (which


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Owen McGaffin

  “For me AMH New Horizons Antrim has been an extremely positive experience. It has had a massive impact on my life and my personal life. Due to the age


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NI Executive Commits itself to Mental Health

After all our hard work and campaigning over the last number of years we are thrilled to see that the NI Executive has committed itself to improving Mental Health in


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Lagan Construction Group working with AMH to deliver Health & Wellbeing initiatives

  As part of Lagan Construction Group’s health and well-being initiatives for employees, the company is working with Action Mental Health to deliver initiatives surrounding mental health to the entire workforce. We’re working


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MLAs Pledge Support For Mental Health Recommendations

Action Mental Health has today published recommendations which call on newly appointed MLAs to commit support for improving Mental Health services at the forthcoming Programme for Government negotiations. The document outlines the views and


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Grosvenor Grammar Raise Vital Funds

Pupils from Grosvenor Grammar School have raised an impressive £400 for  Action Mental Health (AMH) to help support people in Northern Ireland living with mental ill-health. The Form 5 students