Hafal National Service User Champion Sue Barnes has urged legislators to ensure that the regulations in the Mental Health Wales Measure “prescribe a holistic care and treatment plan and that the plan addresses service users as individuals.”
The Expert Patient Trainer Project, a three year initiative supported by a UK Project Grant from Comic Relief, is now in it’s sixth month.
Hafal’s Expert Patient Trainers are service users or carers who are being supported to gain their own training qualifications and to use their knowledge and ’lived experience’ to develop and deliver a range of quality courses to various organizations in the educational, voluntary, private and public sectors.
Hafal’s work across the 22 counties of Wales was showcased at our “Road to Recovery” autumn conference which took place in Builth Wells yesterday.
Hafal’s work across the 22 counties of Wales will be showcased at the charity’s “Road to Recovery” autumn conference which takes place in Builth Wells tomorrow (November 11th)…
The National Assembly is due to pass a motion to approve the proposed Proposed Mental Health (Wales) Measure next Tuesday (2nd November).
Hafal is to launch two exciting new developments at the Senedd on October 13th as part of its World Mental Health Day celebrations.
The National Assembly for Wales’ Health, Wellbeing and Local Government committee has today heard evidence from Hafal on the issue of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Treatment for Services Veterans.
Hafal has issued a checklist of the Welsh Assembly Government’s report on young people’s mental health services “Breaking the Barriers: Meeting the Challenges – Better Support for Children and Young People with Emotional Well-being and Mental Health Needs”.
Hafal’s Road to Recovery campaign will be at this year’s National Eisteddfod which takes place in Blaenau Gwent and the Heads of the Valleys from July 31st – August 7th.
Our Road to Recovery microbus was at the Royal Welsh Show last week.