A Face in the Crowd

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…

WRAP CAFE

Wexford Mental Health Association are launching their WRAP Café on 8th September in Link Training Centre Enniscorthy on Friday 8th September from 11.30AM to 1.00PM. It will then take place on the second Friday of the month. Anybody who has completed WRAP level 1 are welcome to attend. People interested in finding out more about WRAP…

“Come Together – A Music Concert to Celebrate and Collaborate”

Wexford Mental Health Association hosted their first concert within their new Music Exploration Programme in Slaney Manor Hotel, Wexford on 6th July 2017; “Come Together- A Music Concert to Celebrate and Collaborate”  The concert was an opportunity for the Music Exploration Programme participants to perform alongside professional musicians for an invited audience of their families, friends…

Christmas Orchestra Concert – Sunday 18th December 2016

Christmas Orchestra Concert Sunday 18th December 2016 3:30pm Talbot Hotel Admission is free Donations to “It’s Good to Talk” and “Music Exploration Programme“ Wexford Mental Health Association Programme consists of Gateway Community Orchestra, Mulrankin Choir and Champagne Flutes Music Exploration Programme – Wexford Mental Health Association New initiative in partnership with the HSE aimed at:…

Colaiste Bride – I am worth it website

Wexford Mental Health Association is delighted to sponsor Colaiste Bride’s website – I am worth it which was officially Launched by Minister for Mental Health – Helen McEntee in Colaiste Bride on 2nd December. The website is a very comprehensive guide to all mental health issues and lists supports available. The website follows a booklet…

“A Face in the Crowd”- Drama Project

Four Wexford secondary schools will play host to a unique Wexford Mental Health project this month. Supported by Wexford Mental Health Association, the play “A Face in the Crowd” which tells the true stories of what it is like to live with a Mental Illness through darkness, hope and recovery…. The play has already had…