Eating Disorder Awareness Week – Kerri’s Story

Kerri is in her forties and suffered anorexia as a teenager… As a person with anorexia I did not realise it had taken control until after about four months. Being

Eating Disorder Awareness Week – Claire’s Story

I am now turning 33 and suffering with a binge eating disorder. Strangely I started having body image problems when I was 19.  I think it was triggered by poor

Eating Disorder Awareness Week – Charli’s Story

Charli, who is now in her twenties, suffered from bulimia as a teenager. Here is her story. I never really realised there was a problem until my family got involved.

Eating Disorders Awareness Week

Eating Disorders Awareness Week 2018 takes place from 26 February to 4 March. Eating Disorders Awareness Week is an international awareness event, fighting the myths and misunderstandings that surround anorexia, bulimia,

Northern Ireland’s mental health crisis to be raised with PM Theresa May

  A powerful lobby of mental health practitioners and charities lead by AMH’s Chief Executive David Babington, travelled to Westminster to meet MPs and Peers this week to shine the

Mental health crisis in Northern Ireland is being exacerbated by ongoing political stalemate, say leading experts

Northern Ireland Mental health charities, Mental Health Foundation and Royal College of Psychiatrists highlight that more people have died from suicide since the Belfast Agreement than were killed during the

Action Mental Health’s Marathon Efforts to Raise Vital Funds

The ethos of Action Mental Health and its focus on helping people to recover from mental ill-health was what attracted the charity’s inaugural runner to sign up for this year’s

Shout Out for Volunteers!

The AMH Team are on the look out for enthusiastic Volunteers to help with all things fundraising from charity collections, to bag packs, to helping out at numerous events throughout