Attached is a link for courses that the South East Recovery College and Wexford Mental Health Association for Quarter 1 2019. Please click here for details. Please contact the Recovery College directly if you would like to do any of these courses. Their details are on the top of the scheduleDetails
Wexford Mental Health Association were delighted to work in conjunction with Wexford Local Development and to have been successful in receiving LEADER Funding for their Educational Drama Project “Discover/Recover Theatre Project”. The funding will enable the project to reach over 800 secondary school pupils within County Wexford in 2019 with Jim Roche directing the drama…Details
On Tuesday 13th November, 8 teams from Co Wexford took part in Wexford Mental Health Associations Expression Project. The ‘Expressions’ Project aims to promote awareness amongst young people of the importance of positive mental health and the causes and effects of mental illness. Over one hundred students participated in the project which was open…Details
Wexford Mental Health Association has had a very busy and successful 2018 in which we also celebrated our 40th Anniversary. To mark this huge milestone of the Association, we had a concert “You’ll Never Walk Alone” to mark the occasion. The Concert took place in St Iberius church and was packed to capacity. Local Artists…Details
The launch of the Wexford MHA annual Art Exhibition was held in Henrietta St. on Friday, 19 October, just before the Wexford Opera Festival fireworks display. The launch was performed by Anne Doyle, former newscaster and current Ambassador for Wexford. Ms Doyle spoke of the wonderful work being undertaken by Wexford MHA and particularly how…Details
Please see link to events that are taking place with Wexford Mental Health Association in October and November.