Western Trust and Community Working Together to Tackle Alcohol Misuse Alcohol misuse has a widespread impact on our society, effecting individuals, families and the wider community as a whole. The
AMH New Horizons in Newry held an event with the Reach Project (SHSCT) – “Be Positive for Christmas”, at Ballybot House in Newry. Anne Donnelly was one of the guest speakers,
Lesley Kirkpatrick from Tesco, visited AMH New Horizons in Antrim recently to teach some of our clients the art of decorating Christmas cakes and fairy cakes. Meanwhile, in Larne,
Ordinarily, a Tuesday night at Lisburn Distillery Football Club grounds might see a group of young boys come together for football practice or to watch a game. However, Tuesday
An exhibition of original artwork entitled ‘Make A Change, Make Art’ was officially opened at the Carnegie Library, Bangor by Lady Sylvia Hermon and attended by Mayor of North Down
John Chave, Secretary General of the Pharmaceutical Group of the European Union (PGEU) paid a visit to AMH Craigavon & Banbridge to hear more about our innovative programme It’s My Life.
The Winners of our photography competition, which was launched to mark World Mental Health Day by The Health Improvement Department of the Western Health and Social Care Trust and AMH New Horizons Foyle,
Mental health promotion among young people living in the border areas of Cavan, Fermanagh, Donegal and Derry/Londonderry has been put firmly on the timetables of schools and community groups this