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
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