Promoting positive mental health and wellbeing across Limerick City and County
Limerick Mental Health Association was founded in 2002 by a group of individuals who recognised the need for support and resources for those affected by mental health challenges in the local community. Since then the association has worked to raise awareness, reduce stigma and promote positive mental health through a variety of programmes and initiatives. Today, LMHA continues to serve as a vital resource for individuals and families seeking support and guidance on their mental health journey.
What We Do
LMHA provides a free signposting service for all. We aim to make it as easy as possible for people to navigate the intricate world of mental health support services. If people are unsure of what support they need they can call us and we will direct them to the correct service.
– Peer Support
LMHA provides one to one and group peer support through our qualified peer support facilitators.
– Wellness Activites and Programmes
We provide a number of wellness activities and programs each year ranging from: YOGA, MINDFULLNESS, MUSIC THERAPY, ART THERAPY, WALKING GROUPS and much more…
– Limerick Mental Health Week
LMHA runs Limerick Mental Health Week every year. The week will provide a forum to generate discussion, reduce stigma and promote positive mental health and well-being. Finally, Limerick Mental Health Week highlights the range of supports and services which are available within the local community to support our mental health.
To our service users
Limerick Mental Health Association provides a safe, non-judgmental space where you can talk to us without fear of prejudice in a supportive and relaxed environment.
There is no need to make an appointment as we have an open, door walk-in policy and we work on the no wrong door ethic, which is: if we are not the right service for you we will get you the right service.
Limerick Mental Health Association (LMHA) is affiliated with, and shares the aims of Mental Health Ireland (MHI) – a national voluntary organisation promoting mental health, supporting people with lived experience of mental health challenges in their recovery and bringing practical expression to national policy objectives.