Category Archives: AMH News

Targeted Supports to Families during the Pandemic

Action Mental Health’s counselling service, AMH New Life Counselling delivers vital and life-changing counselling services in some of the most disadvantaged areas across Belfast, providing support at this time of

Growing a Healthy Positive Me among 200 local school children

Children transitioning from primary to secondary school have been learning how to support their own well-being through an initiative delivered through a collaboration of local partner agencies, including Action Mental

Action Mental Health caring for Carers

Working in partnership with CAUSE to deliver resilience and mental health training at this difficult time. “The reminders on how to look after ourselves as carers was invaluable” AMH New

AMH applauds Making It Work launch

The Equality Commission for Northern Ireland and the Northern Ireland Union of Supported Employment are delighted to officially launch the ‘Making it Work’ publication today. The new publication highlights the

AMH supports school students’ call for mental health education in the classroom

A new report published by the Anna Freud Centre today finds that 93% of over 3,000 young people surveyed in the UK want mental health to be brought into the

If you know a young carer, can you lend an ear of support by phone or by zoom?

Being a young carer is difficult at the best of times, but during the past year of the coronavirus pandemic, young carers are feeling more stressed, anxious, isolated and fearful

MS sufferers being offered support through the Mind My MS project in conjunction with Action Mental Health’s New Life Counsellors

Action Mental Health is helping people diagnosed with MS in Northern Ireland cope with their condition through a new support initiative, the Mind My MS project. Some 400 people are

Action Mental Health’s Men’s Shed helping to increase the bee population in Fermanagh

The talented bunch from Fermanagh Men’s Shed – based at Action Mental Health’s New Horizons service in Drumcoo, Enniskillen – have been working with David Bolton from the Fermanagh Beekeepers