Category: News

West Wales Integrated Autism Service Professional’s Engagement Event

Do you support an autistic individual? Are you working with or around autism? If so we would like you to attend one of events below to understand how the West Wales Integrated Autism Services (IAS) will look in your area. The events will be held at 10 am – 12 noon OR 1.30pm – 3.30 pm  on each date below. …

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Workshop on experiences of using Dyfed Powys Police services

WWAMH and Dyfed Powys Police would like to hear from people with mental health problems and their families about their experiences of using the Police service, what works well at the moment and how this could be improved. Please come along to an information discussion group with WWAMH and Dyfed Powys Police to discuss this …

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People Speak Up Workshop 31st January 2019

WWAMH are working in partnership with People Speak Up to offer social arts and well being workshops to share mental health experiences and work together to improve support and help. Please come along to a workshop with People Speak Up and WWAMH on Thursday 31st January 2019 from 10am-1pm at the WWAMH offices, The Mount, 18 Queen Street, …

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Pembrokeshire Money in Mind

We would like to introduce a new project “Pembrokeshire Money in Mind”. The aim of the project is to provide a caseworker service to clients with mental health issues or learning disabilities particularly relating to the areas of debt and welfare benefits. Our research has shown that clients with mental health issues/learning disabilities can have …

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Mental Health First Aid Training – 9th & 10th January 2019

2 day Certificated Mental Health First Aid training on 10th,11th January, in Haverfordwest.

Reconnect in Nature – Nature Connection Experience 02/12/18

Experience the physical, mental and emotional benefits of connecting with nature in Minwear Woods, Narberth

The Recovery Wall – You Put On That Uniform

This film was created and produced by Amy and Hannah for the following for the reasons. “Mental health can affect anyone I never thought I would suffer as I was a very active hard working life and soul and then after a 10 month stay in hospital after having a total hip replacement my mental health journey began. This was in 2015 and my first experience on a mental health ward was in 2016. To vent my emotions I wrote songs, poems and drew pictures. I wrote this poem from my hospital bed” – Amy

New local mental health website launches

A new local website providing information and self-help guides for people with mild to moderate mental health problems has been launched.

Samaritans Volunteering

Learn new skills, meet new people, be there! If you are interested in volunteering with the Samaritans, click here for more information!

Pembrokeshire’s Feel Good Outdoors Grant Information – 29/03/18

Expressions of Interest are being sought for a £1200 grant, which will support project(s) linking mental health with outdoor activity in Pembrokeshire. This money was kindly donated by members of the public in support of Jo-Anne Jones, Pembrokeshire resident and outdoors enthusiast, competing in the Ironman Wales 2017 competition.