Welsh mental health charity Hafal responds to review of CMHTs

Responding to the “Joint Thematic Review of Community Mental Health Teams” by Health Inspectorate Wales and Care Inspectorate Wales, Hafal’s Chief Executive Alun Thomas said: “The Review recognises a disparity and variability in the standards, consistency and availability of treatment,… read more

Check out the new Gellinudd Recovery Centre website!

Hafal’s Gellinudd Recovery Centre has launched a brand new website: The website provides in-depth information all about the award-winning Recovery Centre and showcases all of the fantastic facilities on offer to Guests. Gellinudd Recovery Centre provides a unique and… read more

Hafal Carmarthenshire launches The Girlie Group!

Are you a female aged 18-40 living in Carmarthenshire with mental health issues? Would you like to join a friendly, fun group of like-minded girlies for facilitated activities and a good natter? Hafal Carmarthenshire is now running The Girlie Group… read more

Keep well this Christmas!

Christmas can be a lonely or stressful time – and it can be even harder for those of us with mental ill-health. Check out these excellent tips on maintaining mental health over the Christmas period from the Mental Health Foundation:… read more

Hafal’s open letter to the new First Minister

The Chief Executive of Welsh mental health charity Hafal, Alun Thomas, has written an open letter to the new First Minister of Wales, Mark Drakeford, on behalf of the Charity’s 1600 Members. The letter welcomes Mr Drakeford to his new… read more