Category Archives: AMH News

Get fighting fit for Action Mental Health’s Granite Challenge 2018

There are just 14 days to go until Action Mental Health’s annual Granite Challenge, the 55-mile sportive throughout the picturesque Mourne Mountains. Many will be returning for a repeat performance,


#FundraisingFriday clocks up the donations from Team Titanic petrolheads!

#FundraisingFriday Titanic Hotel Belfast’s trio of petrolheads, Team Titanic, have completed their grand European road tour as part of the Fireball Rally Challenge. Team members Rory Doyle, Chris Flanagan and


From unfit to fighting fitness in just a year for AMH’s #behindthemilesandsmiles campaign

The first runner to sign up to don Action Mental Health’s purple jersey for this weekend’s Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon was barely able to run the length of


Action Mental Health’s eating disorder service AMH everyBODY – a new model of support for Northern Ireland

Action Mental Health’s eating disorder service within the Southern Health and Social Care Trust (SHSCT) area is being relaunched, introducing a new model of support for people experiencing eating disorder


Action Mental Health delighted to be chosen as an official charity for the Deep River Rock Belfast City Marathon 2019

Action Mental Health is delighted to announce its selection as one of the five nominated charities for the Deep River Rock Belfast City Marathon 2019. Chief Executive David Babington said


Now Available – AMH’s Impact Report 2017-18

Find out how Action Mental Health impacted on the lives of thousands of people in Northern Ireland in 2017/2018. Our Impact Report is now available to download here. Packed with statistics


I wanted to help someone else on my volunteering placement

I heard about others volunteering and going on placement and I thought to myself that I would like to do something like that; something that would be rewarding and helpful


World Suicide Prevention Day – a day of hope that suicide is preventable

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day, a day marked annually to raise awareness that suicide is preventable. It aims to foster greater awareness, education and progressive ways on tackling suicide