Wexford Mental Health Association is delighted to announce that our very own – Discover Recover Theatre Project – “A Face in the Crowd” will be touring next November and January! This innovative play began in 2015 when the Occupational Therapy Department within the HSE-Wexford Adult Mental Health Services in conjunction with the Wexford Mental Health Association…Details
Wexford Mental Health association are proud to be associated with this year’s winners of the Association of Occupational Therapists of Irelands “Anne Beckett Award”. The Discover Recover Theatre Project. The project which was the brain child of Paula Lowney Occupational Therapist Wexford Mental Health Services, who in association with her work colleagues Mairead Connaughton…Details
Congratulations to the Mayor of Wexford Mr Frank Staples and his team on the launch of the ASK Campaign. We wish them well with this wonderful initiative. We are here to support them in whatever way we can in promoting positive Mental Health in County Wexford.
A celebration of Wexford Mental Health Association(WMHA) initiatives was held in the Arts Centre Wexford on Wednesday January 25th. A packed audience learned of the many and varied initiatives been undertaken by WMHA. Fr. Colm Murphy Chairperson of WMHA extended a warm welcome to all present including members of the Dail including Paul Kehoe T.D.…Details
On Behalf of Wexford Mental Health Association, we would like to thank everybody who supported us in anyway whether it be through making donations, singing, collecting money etc with our Christmas Carol Singing event in Wexford on Saturday 10th December. A total of €1830.20 was raised. Thank you so much to everybody for your generosity.