Congratulations to Sinead O’Hara on receiving her Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award. Sinead, who attends Action Mental Health’s BOOST programme at New Horizons Fermanagh, was presented with the coveted award
Pink may not be there in person but local tribute artist Alecia Karr will be pounding out the hits, bringing her alive to audiences at Mahon’s Hotel in Irvinstown on
A group of young people mourning the loss of friends who have died by suicide are staging a gala ball in their memory and to help raise awareness of its
The Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council, Julie Flaherty, has been getting an insight into the wide-reaching work of Action Mental Health in the local community.
The silverware is being polished as Action Mental Health’s Foyle New Horizons service prepares to mark 25 years of providing a lifeline for people experiencing mental ill-health. Clients, past and
From 1997 I struggled daily with depression and anxiety. Having a family of 5, I just had to get on with it and lived day to day in the hope
Action Mental Health has been a lifeline for me as I was a recluse and never socialised with the outside world. My mental health was deteriorating rapidly until I started
The annual display of back-to-school photos have begun to appear on social media already. Our children, young and older alike, are posing in shiny new uniforms – usually at the