Category Archives: AMH News

Challenge yourself to conquer Slieve Donard to raise funds for Action Mental Health

It’s time to grab your walking shoes and challenge yourself to climb Slieve Donard to help raise vital funds for leading mental health charity, Action Mental Health. Pack your flask

AMH Works – Action Mental Health’s answer to Northern Ireland Workforces’ Ailing mental health

A new study illustrating the extent of mental health issues affecting Northern Ireland workforces underpins the need for services like AMH Works. AMH Works supports healthy resilient workforces in an

Walk yourself to better health and mental well-being

The evenings are brighter longer and the birds are still chirping as the sun delays its nightly dip back behind the horizon – spring is here. The season allows us

Join in the ‘Great Big Purple Picnic’ and help raise funds for Action Mental Health

Northern Ireland’s leading mental health charity is inviting everyone to join in its first ever Northern Ireland-wide picnic event. Action Mental Health is asking people to host a Great Big

Action Mental Health clients experience ‘a day-in-the-life’ by supporting World Shadow Day

A number of Action Mental Health clients recently grabbed the opportunity to enjoy a day ‘at work’ in a variety of industries and fields, including some they had never experienced

Read All About It… Titanic Hotel Belfast Launches Partnership with Action Mental Health

BELFAST’S newest hotel has announced that Action Mental Health will be its charity partner for 2018/19.  The local charity works to enhance the quality of life and the employability of

Special focus on alcohol awareness and AMH’s many and varied services

April is alcohol awareness month, and considering many people in Northern Ireland exceed recommended healthy levels, it is a societal issue that continues to challenge government and health policy to

Don’t Get Stressed-Out as the Annual Summer Exam Time Approaches

It’s nearly that time again – school summer exam time, and as the barometer starts to rise (often under sunny skies), so too do the stress levels of school children