The “Movin’ On Up” campaign attracted a huge amount of interest from young people at the Royal Welsh Show today.
“Movin’ On Up”, the service-user led campaign which aims to take mental health services in Wales to the next level, will visit the Royal Welsh Show next week.
Suzanne Vogel-Scibilia, former President of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) – the largest mental health organisation in the world – visited Hafal today.
Improving service provision by ensuring the voices of carers and mental health service users are listened to and their views acted upon was the theme of today’s “Movin’ On Up” event in Caerphilly.
The Welsh Government’s draft Mental Health Strategy, “Together for Mental Health” was the main talking point at today’s “Movin’ On Up” event in Aberdare.
The importance exercise plays in recovering from serious mental illness was one of the talking points at today’s “Movin’ On Up” event in Torfaen.
Speaking about training in relation to his recovery from serious mental illness Blaenau Gwent service user Rob Mckeown said: “I went on a confidence-building course shortly after coming to Hafal, this made me realise that despite my issues, namely anxiety… read more
Hafal’s former Public Affairs Manager John Abbott died last week. John was a very popular character in Hafal and beyond as well as being a highly effective campaigner who made a real difference to the lives of people with serious mental illness and their families in Wales. For more information please contact Andrew Mulholland in Head Office.
The need for more specialist services for carers of people with a serious mental illness was one of the talking points at today’s “Movin On Up” event in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire. This week is national Carers Week. The aim of campaigners… read more
The new Plans, part of the historic Mental Health (Wales) Measure, give service users the opportunity to take a comprehensive approach to their recovery from serious mental illness by recording all their recovery objectives and support needs (the eight life… read more