The mental health team at Powys Association of Voluntary Organisations is pleased to announce 3 year funding from Comic Relief for a much-needed new participation project.
The mental health charity in Newtown tells us more about the appointment of Dr Rowan Williams as its new patron.
Would you be interested in becoming a trustee of this mental health charity in Powys?
Glyndwr University seeks to work with third sector organisations in North Powys as part of their new lottery funded project - A Degree of Responsibility - Developing Community Role Models.
A new initiative committed to making Wales a good place to grow older for everyone.
Ponthafren Association, the mental health charity based in Newtown and Welshpool, launches a brand new website at the start of 2015.
Have you been diagnosed with bipolar? Are you a family member, friend or carer of someone with bipolar? If so, the Link Mentoring Service can help with a One-to-One Mentoring Service which is being offered throughout Wales.
This course has been designed to help you meet your legal and professional responsibilities and ensure young carers get the recognition and support they deserve.
The Ponthafren Association has received the award for 'Recognition of Great and Valuable Services to the Community'.
Do you receive mental health services across the border in England? This is a chance for you to have your say about those services.
Call for applications from mental health service users and carers:Involvement in a Lived Experience Working Group f… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
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,