Welsh mental health charity Hafal has welcomed an inquiry into mental health service provision in Wales by the National Assembly’s Health, Wellbeing and Local Government Committee which highlighted a need for urgent action to improve services.
Welsh mental health charity Hafal has been awarded £154,131.00 by the Big Lottery Fund’s “People and Places – investing in your community” scheme.
The award, which covers a three-year period, will enable Hafal’s Information Hub to provide a service catering for young people aged 11-25 with serious mental illness.
Visitors to this year’s National Eisteddfod will have a unique opportunity to learn about mental health services in Wales by meeting the famous fairytale figure of Cinderella at mental health charity Hafal’s stand.
Visitors to this year’s Royal Welsh Show will have a unique opportunity to learn a lot about mental health services in Wales by meeting the famous fairytale figure of Cinderella at mental health charity Hafal’s stand.
Hafal, Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers, yesterday gave evidence to the Welsh Affairs Committee on the proposed Mental Health Legislative Competence Order (LCO) for Wales.
Ospreys players attended the Hafal National Physical Health Awareness Day in Neath yesterday (9th July) to take part in the tug-of-war and award winners with medals. Clients from across Wales got the opportunity to take part in a number of sports including welly wanging, horse racing, Tai Chi, football, volleyball and boules.
Welsh mental health charity Hafal will be holding its 2009 National Physical Health Awareness Day at the Neath Sports Centre on 9th July.
Children, Education, Lifelong Learning and Skills Minister Jane Hutt AM has spoken of the need for “everyone with a serious mental illness to have access to the things that everyone else has.”
Hafal, Wales’ leading charity for people with serious mental illness and their carers, will this week hold a conference in Llandrindod Wells entitled: “We Can Do It! Ensuring equal access to learning for people with a serious mental illness”.
The Welsh Assembly Government’s Review of Secure Mental Health Services has identified key objectives for service improvement in Wales. The report, which sets out the strategic vision for secure mental health services with 33 recommendations and is designed as a strategy for 10 years, recommends