Category Archives: AMH News

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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


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

L-R Dr F Vasey, Luke Johnston, Zoe Baird, Glenn McCreery, Mr Callum Clarke, Laurie Gregory, Ms Lorraine Gray

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

Lloyds Cheque Presentation (L-R) Martin Meighan; Lloyds, Tricia Browne; AMH, Darryl Northrop; Lloyds

Lloyds Banking Group raise over £3K for AMH

Lloyds Banking Group has raised over £3,000 for Action Mental Health (AMH), to help educate school children about the importance of positive well-being and looking after their mental health. The

Jenny Brady,  Treasurer, Ballyclare Golf Club; Callum Clark, AMH; and Christine Bartley, Lady’s Captain, Ballyclare Golf Club

Ballyclare Golf Club Raises over £2k

Ladies of Ballyclare Golf Club teed up an impressive £2,205.06 for AMH to help educate school children about the importance of positive wellbeing and looking after their mental health. Commenting

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Weight Watchers Weigh in the Pounds

A huge thank you to a local Weight Watchers Group in Lisburn which raised an incredible £740 for AMH. The proceeds – which were collected through individual donations – will


Don’t Look Back!

“On the Rip” is a unique art project funded by PHA through the Clear project, it uses a car art medium to tackle the local lad/ ladette culture of young people