Something for your diary: Hafal will be at this year’s National Eisteddfod promoting its anti-stigma campaign, “Have you clicked?”…
A number of Welsh stars have visited Hafal’s Have You Clicked? Royal Welsh stand in support of its new anti-stigma campaign.
Scott Quinnell, Stuart Cable, Derek Brockway, Lembit Opik MP and Jamie Owen (pictured) were among a number of figures from politics and entertainment who came to find out more about how to combat stigma surrounding mental health…
Mental health charity Hafal’s Have You Clicked? anti-stigma campaign will get its national launch next week at the Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells.
Hafal member and service user Darryl Neil Stevens has just launched a brand new educational website that offers a fascinating look at Welsh history by tracing the origins of names….
On Tuesday 10th June at the Oriel within the Senedd, Hafal and the Carers Alliance Wales hosted a one day event to celebrate Carers Week 2008. The Deputy Minister for Health and Carers Champion for Wales Gwenda Thomas AM launched the event and announced her priorities for Carers in the coming year. Jenny Randerson AM and Helen Mary-Jones AM also spoke of their support for carers in Wales.
Hafal brought together service users, policy-makers, commissioners and providers of mental health services for a Seminar in North Wales on May 15, entitled “What Users Want”…
On March 11th mental health charity Hafal staged an International Women
Hafal Port Talbot welcomed Dr Brian Gibbons, the Welsh Assembly Government’s Minister for Social Justice and Local Government on Friday, February 22.
A Radio Wales documentary by award-winning journalist Peter Johnson has turned the spotlight on Welsh mental health legislation.
Hafal has contributed evidence to an inquiry by the Assembly’s Health, Wellbeing and Local Government Committee into social care workforce planning. In its evidence, which was presented to committee members by Hafal’s Deputy Chief Executive Alun Thomas, the charity said… read more