Category Archives: AMH News

Depression in young people – recognising the signs and knowing where to get help

Depression doesn’t just affect adults. Children and teenagers can get depressed too. Some studies show that almost one in four young people will experience depression before they are 19 years


Fundraise for Action Mental Health – good for you community and your mental health

There is no greater way of giving your time and effort to help others than by fundraising for a good cause. By fundraising for Action Mental Health, you’ll be giving


All Party Group meets in New Horizons Fermanagh

Thursday 16th January, 2020. Action Mental Health was delighted to host the All Party Group on Suicide Prevention as they met to discuss specific issues facing rural communities in Northern


Banish the Blues this Monday

Monday, January 20 heralds the annual day of the year branded ‘Blue Monday’. The dreariest day of the week earned that especially negative moniker for a number of reasons, not


New Year, new beginnings for young people in Lisburn area

Action Mental Health is kicking off 2020 with the launch of a new programme dedicated to young people aged 18 to 25. AMH will today launch its new SPEER service,


New Horizons Foyle clients reap rewards of hard work

Clients at Action Mental Health’s New Horizons Foyle are ringing in the new year with a host of new qualifications which will herald new beginnings for people who have experienced


New Decade, New Approach

Action Mental Health welcomes the fact that mental health has been identified as a specific area of focus within the New Decade, New Approach document. We do however have concerns


Danske Bank raises over £200k for AMH’s resilience programme for children

Action Mental Health’s emotional well-being and resilience building services for children have been supported by £208,000, raised by Danske Bank staff and customers. Customers and employees have all played a