Welsh patient-led mental health charity Hafal has delivered a groundbreaking training day in Cardiff on how to provide support to young people and mentally vulnerable adults detained in police custody suites.
Hafal’s work across the 22 counties of Wales will be showcased at the charity’s “We Can Do It!” autumn conference which takes place in Builth Wells on November 12th.
Three NHS Development Managers have raised over £400 each for Prostate Cancer Research Centre, the Alzheimer’s Society and the Welsh mental health charity Hafal by cycling 145 miles from North to South Wales in just three days.
Health and Social Services Minister Edwina Hart will officially launch Hafal’s new Criminal Justice Link Service at the Senedd on Wednesday October 14th.
The service, which is funded by a combined sum of £1.2m from the Lloyds TSB Foundation (Ex-Prisoner Programme) and the Big Lottery (Mental Health Matters) will be made available throughout Wales and is aimed at anyone with a serious mental illness who has become involved (or is at risk of becoming involved) in the criminal justice system. A grant from Comic Relief funded Hafal’s development work on criminal justice which led to this new service…
Remember you can still view the wide range of pictures taken by service users and members of the public during our successful “Have You Clicked?” campaign which took place last year…
Welsh mental health charity Hafal has welcomed an inquiry into mental health service provision in Wales by the National Assembly’s Health, Wellbeing and Local Government Committee which highlighted a need for urgent action to improve services.
Welsh mental health charity Hafal has been awarded £154,131.00 by the Big Lottery Fund’s “People and Places – investing in your community” scheme.
The award, which covers a three-year period, will enable Hafal’s Information Hub to provide a service catering for young people aged 11-25 with serious mental illness.
Visitors to this year’s National Eisteddfod will have a unique opportunity to learn about mental health services in Wales by meeting the famous fairytale figure of Cinderella at mental health charity Hafal’s stand.
Visitors to this year’s Royal Welsh Show will have a unique opportunity to learn a lot about mental health services in Wales by meeting the famous fairytale figure of Cinderella at mental health charity Hafal’s stand.
Hafal, Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers, yesterday gave evidence to the Welsh Affairs Committee on the proposed Mental Health Legislative Competence Order (LCO) for Wales.