Life in the slow lane: Limerick MHA work to beautify the city

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Laneway Project, Jesuit Lane 2020

Life in the slow lane: Limerick MHA work to beautify the city – LMHA member Jason O’Donnell reflects on LMHA’s collaborative Laneway Project to make-over Jesuit Lane in Limerick as part of Limerick Mental Health Week 2020. Continue reading Life in the slow lane: Limerick MHA work to beautify the city Continue reading Life in the slow lane: Limerick MHA work to beautify the city

Family fun day and cycle for National Bike Week – Sun May 22nd

National Bike Week. This event will be on Sunday 22nd May from 12:00pm – 2:00pm in Castletroy Neighbourhood Park (Páirc Ceantair Chaladh an Treoigh), Newtown, Castletroy, Limerick. Continue reading Family fun day and cycle for National Bike Week – Sun May 22nd Continue reading Family fun day and cycle for National Bike Week – Sun May 22nd

Thank You to the Vhi 360 Health Centre Limerick

LMHA would like to extend a huge thank you to the ladies from Vhi 360 Health Centre Limerick who participated in Vhi Womens Mini Marathon for raising funds for Limerick Mental Health Association. Continue reading Thank You to the Vhi 360 Health Centre Limerick Continue reading Thank You to the Vhi 360 Health Centre Limerick

AtlasFit Partners with LMHA to Promote Positive Mental and Physical Health

AtlasFit are also a sports equipment provider and will donate a percentage of their sales to Limerick Mental Health Association, which we are very grateful for. AtlasFit aims to promote positive mental health and well being and plans to share their resources with LMHA. Continue reading AtlasFit Partners with LMHA to Promote Positive Mental and Physical Health Continue reading AtlasFit Partners with LMHA to Promote Positive Mental and Physical Health

Limerick Mental Health Week 2021 Review

Limerick Mental Health Week Launch with The Ilen, the last of Ireland’s traditional wooden sailing ships, sailing into Limerick City. Pic: Don Moloney

Thank you to everyone who took part in or supported Limerick Mental Health Week 2021. The aims of Limerick Mental Health Week were: to get people talking about their mental health; to highlight the increased demand on mental health services across Limerick; to emphasise the need for extra funding to meet this increased demand; and to increase collaboration among all the stakeholders involved in the provision of mental health services in Limerick. Read our review of the week’s events.. Continue reading Limerick Mental Health Week 2021 Review Continue reading Limerick Mental Health Week 2021 Review

Springboard+ Funded Upskilling Opportunities Available

Springboard+ Courses

Springboard+ and the July Stimulus initiatives seek to provide upskilling and/or reskilling opportunities to all. Funding is available at 90% or 100% of course fees. This is a really great opportunity for anyone who was thinking of doing a part-time or short module to get engaged. Deadline to apply is AUGUST 1ST! Continue reading Springboard+ Funded Upskilling Opportunities Available Continue reading Springboard+ Funded Upskilling Opportunities Available

Paddling their own canoe: Migrant Group and Young Shedders Kayak the Shannon

LMHA Young Shedder’s & LMHA Migrant group ready to start kayaking

LMHA’s Migrant Group and Young Shedders recently teamed up to kayak along the river Shannon. Find out how they got on as they share their adventure… Continue reading Paddling their own canoe: Migrant Group and Young Shedders Kayak the Shannon Continue reading Paddling their own canoe: Migrant Group and Young Shedders Kayak the Shannon

What’s On at LMHA This July

What's on at LMHA this July

What’s On at LMHA This July? See our calendar of classes, groups and wellness programmes this month. To register for any classes please email booking@limerickmentalhealth.ie. Continue reading What’s On at LMHA This July Continue reading What’s On at LMHA This July

5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling

counselling

Counselling (also known as psychotherapy) can be of great benefit in times of crisis and can help with difficulties surrounding relationships, bereavement, addiction or indeed any trauma an individual may find themselves confronted with at any point in life. Read on for reasons to consider counselling. Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling Continue reading 5 Great Reasons to Consider Counselling