Powerful Connection as Omagh-based Powergrid Civils Supports Action Mental Health’s work with children and young people in the local area

Omagh-based Powergrid Civils (PGC), the specialist engineering and consultancy company operating throughout the UK and Ireland, have just announced a partnership with Action Mental Health, which will help support the

Christine standing with a man holding her award in front of an OCN banner

Christine from Action Mental Health wins Wellbeing Learner of the Year!

We are so delighted that Christine, a client at our Southern New Horizons service, received the 2024 OCNNI Learning Endeavour Award as Health and Wellbeing Learner of the Year and as joint winner of the prestigious Hilary Sloan Learning Endeavour award!

Joy and the other original Inside Out emotions cowering away from the new emotion, Anxiety.

Four things Pixar’s Inside Out 2 can teach us about our mental health

Have you ever wondered what goes on inside your mind? Here are four things we think the new Pixar film can teach us about our own mental health.

A man in his 40s with an elderly woman in their home.

A privilege and a struggle: David’s story

This week is Carers’ Week, a week dedicated to raising awareness of 5.7 million unpaid carers across the UK. It’s also Loneliness Awareness Week. It feels appropriate that the two

Lifelong Friends Raising Adrenaline and Funds for Action Mental Health

Lifelong friends Mark Montgomery and Wayne Boyd are taking part in a sponsored sky dive on Saturday 22 June 2024 to raise funds for Action Mental Health. As best friends

Curtis and his wife at the Belfast marathon finish line with their medals

Curtis’ story

I’ve wanted to run a marathon for a long time. I’ve been a keen runner since I was a teenager, and have really enjoyed running in several half marathons previously.

Beautiful glass creations from Action Mental Health clients

Our New Horizons group in Newtownards have marked this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week by creating an incredible collection of fused and Tiffany glass pieces. The 26-piece collection includes kiln-fused

Girl in early twenties sits at home with a cup of tea.

Little movements, big difference

Chloe* shares with us how her understanding of ‘moving’ more for her mental health has changed after experiencing a period of isolation feeling low. For a long time, when I