Our workshops aim to help you understand mental health and wellbeing and to be aware of some of the factors that can affect mental health. We also explore some of the ways mental health and wellbeing can be fostered, supported and enhanced as an individual, in the community and in workplaces.
We facilitate workshops across Ireland for groups in the workplace and in community settings. At the moment we provide workshops for over 18s only.
Mental Health Ireland are delighted to partner with University College Cork, National University of Ireland, Galway and Dublin City University to offer three certificate courses in Mental Health.
The courses explore mental health in community settings (UCC), peer support in mental health (DCU) and the importance of mental health promotion in a number of settings (NUIG).
Mental Health Ireland have a number of mental health and wellbeing campaigns we are involved with including the arts, sports and recreation, schools and community projects.
To find out more about how you can bring our campaigns to your community please click below.
We would love to hear from you if you would like to fundraise in aid of Mental Health Ireland.
If you are unsure of what you might like do as your fundraiser please get in touch and we are more than happy to help you find something you will enjoy doing whilst raising much needed funds.
Your donation will give someone hope and let them know they are not alone. With your help we can be there for everyone who needs us.
Mental Health Ireland has over 30 Mental Health Associations throughout communities in Ireland.
They are all run by volunteers from within the community, including mental health professionals, service users and family members, who provide a range of supports for people with mental health conditions.
To learn more about our Mental Health Associations click the link below.