When it rains, look for rainbows

Leading arts venue and creative hub, the MAC has teamed up with local charitable and community organisations to promote creativity as a vital tool for mental wellbeing and developing new

Northern Ireland Youth Wellbeing Survey

Amanda Jones, Action Mental Health’s Operations Manager Resilience and Wellbeing, has today welcomed the publication of the findings from the Northern Ireland Youth Wellbeing Survey. Amanda commented: “This is a

World Mental Health Day celebrated in style!

What a week it has been! We thought we would capture just some of the activities our staff, clients, partners and supporters got up to! Despite the restrictions, enthusiasm to

World Mental Health Day 2020

#MentalHealthForALL #GreaterAccess #GreaterInvestment – David Babington in Conversation with local MLAs – a WorldMentalHealthDay special! The need for greater investment in Northern Ireland’s mental health services is the key driver

Go Purple this October!

We’re calling on schools, businesses, community groups, sports clubs and individuals to get involved and Go Purple this October to help mark World Mental Health Day and to help raise

World Mental Health Day with a worldwide difference

Action Mental Health will, this year, be marking World Mental Health Day amid unusual times, during a global pandemic no one could have foreseen. This year the theme is –

Creative relay running across Northern Ireland’s AMH services in the time of the pandemic

Action Mental Health’s energetic team of peripatetic skills coaches have given new meaning to ‘relay running’, traversing Northern Ireland, raising awareness and funds as part of AMH’s Virtual Fitness Fundraiser,

Shielding woman uses surprising little subjects to raise money for AMH!

A Glengormley woman who had to shield through the lockdown has revealed how she entertained herself by capturing amazing photos of squirrels, which are helping her to raise money for