WRAP Café takes place on second Friday of each month in Link Training Centre Ennsicorthy from 11.30 AM To 1.00PM. Anybody who has completed WRAP level 1 or people who have an interested in learning more about WRAP are very welcome. If you require further information, please call Theresa at Wexford Mental Health Association on…Details
A huge thank you to everybody who braved the elements over the weekend to collect at the church gates on behalf of the Wexford Mental health Association-it really was appreciated.
We would also like to thank everybody who donated money to the collection buckets. We are very grateful.
Wexford Mental Health Association are hosting a Mind your Workshop delivered by Linda Thorpe – Area Development Officer at Mental Health Ireland on Wednesday 7th February from 10.00AM to 4.00PM. Mind Your Mental Health Training Workshop provides participants with an opportunity to reflect on: Mental health and to learn strategies to enhance wellbeing. Mind Your Mental Health…Details
Our annual carol singing fundraiser for Wexford Mental Health Association next Saturday 9th outside Bakers in the Main Street in Wexford from 12 noon to 4pm. Thanks to Emily Redmond our MEO, we have a great line-up. Between 12-2 we will have the Wexford community group performing 5 pieces on handbells, Danescastle Traditional group, Mick…Details
“A Face in the Crowd” by Niall O Muiri returns to Smock Alley Theatre in Dublin- First Fortnight Festival on 4th January 2018. It is another opportunity to see this amazing production directed by Jim Roche! Its a show not to be missed
Well done to all the teams from schools/ drama groups across County Wexford who took part in our Expressions Competition in Riverside Park Hotel on Tuesday 14th November The competition required groups of 15-18 year olds to make a 5 minute presentation on positive mental health through various creative mediums as drama, art, Dance, music, poetry etc…Details
“Creativity Counts” So much more than another Art Exhibition “Creativity Counts” is an Art Exhibition with a difference! Certainly it showcases the artwork of the various exhibitors, but it does more, so much more. It began as an idea to bring more people into Wexford Mental Health Association’s office space in Henrietta Street, Wexford. It…Details
A Face in the Crowd” by Niall O Muiri returns to Wexford this November! An exciting time for the Discover/Recover Theatre Project! The play explores stories of darkness, hope and recovery in mental illness, and is based on true accounts of local people with lived experience mental health challenges. You do not want to miss…Details
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