Category Archives: AMH News

Join in the ‘Great Big Purple Picnic’ and help raise funds for Action Mental Health

Northern Ireland’s leading mental health charity is inviting everyone to join in its first ever Northern Ireland-wide picnic event. Action Mental Health is asking people to host a Great Big

Peter’s Successful Journey

February 2016 was a turning point in my life!! Having suffered from depression and battling day to day with the loss of my younger sister to suicide, I could finally

Another runner signs up for Belfast City Marathon in aid of AMH

Another runner has signed up to run the Belfast City Marathon for Action Mental Health. Personal trainer Lynne Troughton will run her first ever marathon and has chosen AMH as

Joint Announcement by Action Mental Health and New Life Counselling

Action Mental Health and New Life Counselling have announced an exciting new partnership. From 1st April 2018, the two local charities have created a new Group Structure which will see

Sponsored Walk – Omeath to Carlingford

Mental illness is a major public health issue in NI and is the single largest cause of ill health and disability. NI has higher levels of mental ill health than

Get your hamper out for the Great Big Purple Picnic!

This year, for the very first time, Action Mental Health is inviting you to host a Great Big Purple Picnic during Mental Health Awareness Week. Between 14th and 20th May 2018

New one stop Mental Health & Resilience digital hub launched for Children and Young People

A digital hub, centred on mental health education, support and information has been developed by the Northern Area Mental Health Initiative (‘The Initiative’). The digital mental health hub was created

Emma helping out at a recent collection in Victoria Square.

AMH’s first official walker signs up for this year’s Belfast City Marathon

Action Mental Health has enlisted its first official walker for this year’s Belfast City Marathon. An employee within the charity, 34-year-old Emma McCabe (pictured here) from Belfast, recently took up