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…


Managing your Stress Course

Grow are delivering a course here at our training centre in Henrietta Street commencing on Tuesday 19th September. Topics covered include: Understanding and caring for your Mental Health, Confidence and self esteem, balanced living, and what next. Please click here to find out more information.

“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…


Kiltealy Ballindaggan Macra Club Donation

A huge thank you to Kiltealy Ballindaggan Macra Club for their very generous donation of Eur300 to Wexford Mental Health Association from their fundraising efforts thoughout the year. We are very grateful. In the picture below is Theresa Goff and Fr Colm Murphy from Wexford Mental Health Association and Philip Tyndall, Ailbhe Fhaherty and Daniel…


GSK Impact Award 2017

It is such an honour to be shortlisted for the GSK Impact Award 2017. The Wexford Mental Health Association is humbled to receive such recognition for the hard work of our organisation over almost 40 years. It is our firm belief that our community holds its own solutions and with the support of GSK we…


Association of Occupational Therapists of Irelands “Anne Beckett Award”.

  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…