To help minimise potential spread of Coronavirus,

Monthly memebership meetings have been suspended until further notice.

 

You can still reach the team via email, telephone, and the contact form on this site, but our Newry office is temporarily closed as a precaution.

 

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The Mental Health Forum is an independent organisation registered with the Charity commission for N. Ireland. We provide information and signposting on mental health issues to the community and are proud to be the "Voice of service users" within planning and delivery of services for the Southern Health Trust. We are committed to promoting a 'strengths-based' Recovery focus, and so support and facilitate the direct engagement of service users and carers across multiple aspects of that planning and delivery

 

The Forum website is a peer-led information hub and interactive Recovery resource for anyone with an interest in mental health issues. A volunteer programme supports the website project and full training is provided.

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