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Welcome to our June newsletter! In this issue, we introduce you to Mental Health Reform's new web directory of mental health services and supports,

Mental Health Reform's was launched by Minister of State for Disability, Equality and Mental Health, Kathleen Lynch TD. The website is a guide to the services and supports offered by Mental Health Reform’s 45 member organisations.

The MentalHelp web directory is intended as a resource for people experiencing mental health difficulties, their family members and carers, and the general public. It also provides an overview of how mental health services are organised and what to expect from them.
2013 Annual Report now out

Would you like to know more about our work? We've just published our Annual Report for 2013, where you can read about how we promote improved mental health services by informing, uniting and advocating as a coalition of 45 members, and growing. Check out what our newest members say about being part of the coalition, and learn more about steps we are taking to ensure good governance and transparency. 

HSE has new Acting National Director of Mental Health 

Anne O'Connor has stepped in as Acting National Director of Mental Health within the HSE, as Stephen Mulvany temporarily fills the recently vacated role of Chief Financial Officer. Stephen Mulvany has said that he hopes to return to the Mental Health Division in early 2015. 

Mental Health Reform looks forward to working with Anne O'Connor in the coming months, and wishes her well in her new role.
Five new members join MHR!

We'd like to welcome the five new organisations that have become part of the Mental Health Reform coalition so far in 2014.

A warm welcome to:
Aware, Exchange House Traveller Suicide Awareness ProjectGLEN - Gay and Lesbian Equality NetworkHuntington's Disease Association of Ireland and Merchants Quay Ireland.

This growing membership strengthens our voice and lends legitimacy to our calls for reform, as well as bringing the wealth of our members' experience to our advocacy work.
Interested in fundraising for MHR?

If you'd like to raise funds to support our work, please contact Lara at or sign up to our My Charity page. Thank you!

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