Up to 90 per cent of prisoners in the UK have some form of mental health problem and this briefing paper gives a snapshot of mental health care for adults in the criminal justice system, as well as recommendations for further improvements.
For the areas of Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Monmouthshire, Newport, South Powys and Torfaen.
The Mental Health (Wales) Measure 2010 identifies a number of practice requirements regarding the role of care coordinators and care and treatment planning across secondary mental health organisations and Local Authorities.
The current economic recession has provided rogue traders with opportunities to make money out of desperate consumers who are seeking to manage their more restricted finances.
Mind Cymru's Positive Choices Project (www.positivechoices-wales.org) is pleased to announce a series of training opportunities in Wales.
This project is funded by CyMAL: Museums Archives Libraries Wales (Welsh Government), and is a collaboration between four museum services in Denbighshire, Conwy, Gwynedd and Ynys MÃ´n. This pilot project will examine the potential role heritage organisations can play in promoting mental well being a
Support for community based projects in the UK that address health inequalities arising from social, economic, cultural and demographic factors.
Samaritans have recently launched a piece of research on men and suicide – and why suicide is more than just mental health issues. This research focuses on why Suicide is social issue and given the highest level of suicides across Wales and the UK can be found within males between 35-44 – it seeks t
New Mental Health Arts Enterprise Idea Seeks Support A South Wales service user is looking for help for a new business idea that will promote the role of art and creativity in improving mental health. Mark Smith, from Talbot Green, also hopes his Making Minds‘ concept will help to tackle the stigma
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The Welsh Government is aware that Brexit is causing some anxiety amongst many migrant communities in Wales. Officials from the Equality Team are drawing up as comprehensive a list as possible of migrant support groups / associations / clubs, so they can better reassure residents about their status,