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
A letter of support from President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins for Limerick Mental Health Week Continue reading A letter of support from President Michael D. Higgins Continue reading A letter of support from President Michael D. Higgins
Written by Jason O’Donnell, a member of Le Chéile who has lived experience of a variety of mental health conditions… Continue reading Mental Health in the Media – A round up of recent stories.
Limerick Mental Health Week 2018 starts on October 4th running until October 13th. With a wide variety of events planned, we look forward to another impactful week. What… Continue reading Limerick Mental Health Week 2018
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Article written by Ainna Fawcett-Henesy – Volunteer at Le Chéile. Upon completing a Masters in Creative Writing at the University of… Continue reading Can I help others through creative writing?
Limerick Mental Health Week review written by Patrick Fitzgerald – Director of Limerick Mental Health Week 2017. Limerick Mental Health… Continue reading Limerick Mental Health Week 2017 review
Who are we? Corrib Oil has been in business for over 30 years. Through their network of home heating oil depots, delivery services… Continue reading Corrib Oil & Limerick Mental Health Week 2017
Who are we? Established in 1999, ICHAS College are extremely proud of their role in education. All programmes at ICHAS are… Continue reading ICHAS & Limerick Mental Health Week 2017
Who are we? Employability Limerick was established in 2001 and supports people with an illness, injury and disability into the… Continue reading Employability & Limerick Mental Health Week 2017