Hafal Chief Executive Bill Walden-Jones has described our National Physical Health Awareness Day, which took place at Neath Sports Centre on July 8th, as the best in the event’s history.
Hafal will hold its 2010 National Physical Health Awareness Day at the Neath Sports Centre on 8th July.
Following a public consultation the National Assembly for Wales Legislation Committee scrutinising the Proposed Mental Health (Wales) Measure has today published a report presenting recommendations for the Measure.
Welsh mental health charity Hafal confirmed its status as a leader in the provision of Welsh language services yesterday when it won its fifth Welsh Language in Healthcare Award.
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A seminar considering children’s and young people’s experience of serious mental illness up to the age of 25 has been held at the Media Resource Centre, Llandrindod Wells.
Hafal, Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers, will this week hold a seminar at the Media Resource Centre in Llandrindod Wells entitled: Growing Up and Serious Mental Illness: A seminar to consider children’s and young people’s experience of serious mental illness up to the age of 25.
Welsh mental health charity Hafal’s Road to Recovery touring campaign has begun.
The Ministry of Justice has rejected a request from Members of the Welsh mental health charity Hafal to review a law which disqualifies all people undergoing treatment for a mental illness from serving as jurors.
Members of the National Assembly for Wales’ Legislation Committee No. 3 have today heard evidence from Hafal on the Proposed Mental Health (Wales) Measure.