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People who are vulnerable to suicide and people who self harm will be offered greater levels of support as part of a new five-year plan to reduce suicide and self harm in Wales.
Relate Cymru, working to promote health, respect and justice in family and couple relationships, welcomes applications from all sectors of the community. Meetings in Newtown, Powys.
A new role for someone with experience of mental health issues, who enjoys working with people and being outdoors.
"Getting young people talking about mental health" in North Powys.
Find out more about the online service directory info engine - which is spreading from Powys to West Wales.
The Royal College of Emergency Medicine has produced new best practice guidelines for patients brought to hospital by the police.
The Ponthafren Association, which promotes positive mental health and wellbeing in Montgomeryshire, is very grateful to June Jones for running the London marathon in aid of the Association.
Dyfed Powys Police works with the lead organisations behind Time to Change Wales - Gofal, Hafal, and Mind Cymru, to address the stigma surrounding mental health problems.
Nick Clegg met with staff and volunteers at the mental health charity in Newtown on Tuesday.
Excellent, much needed study: Experiencing mental health diagnosis - a systematic review of qual studies, 78 papers… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
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