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Mind Cymru is 40 - we want your stories!
You could make a video, write something, record a life story or your thoughts or do something involving crafts; the only limit is your imagination.
Mind Cymru announced as Jehu Group’s charity partner of the year
Jehu Group’s funding will help to reach more people and continue our work to raise awareness of mental illness, and promote the benefits of a mentally healthy workforce.
Could you teach Mental Health First Aid (Wales)?
Mind Cymru is looking for people to become trainers in MHFA (Wales) and would like to hear from anyone interested.
Mind Cymru launches survey of Independent Mental Health Advocacy
1 March sees Mind Cymru launch a survey to find out what users of independent mental health advocacy think of the service
Would you like to learn to make digital stories?
Mind Cymru is running a two day training course in Cardiff on 12 and 13 February 2013 on how to make digital stories.
Celebrating success as Wales reaches 10,000 Mental Health First Aiders
Mind Cymru is celebrating the success of the Mental Health First Aid (Wales) course as the number of people trained reaches 10,000 in early November 2012.
Mind Cymru looks forward to new mental health strategy for Wales
The Welsh Government’s new ten year strategy for mental health in Wales – ‘Together for Mental Health’ – will be launched on Monday 22 October 2012
Calling all artists for 2013 competition!
Mind Cymru is proud to support the Mental Health Research Network Cymru in launching its national art competition on the theme of 'Hope'.
Have you trained in Mental Health First Aid (Wales)?
We’re on course to have 10,000 mental health first aiders in Wales trained by November this year. To celebrate this enormous achievement, we’d love to hear from you if you’ve done the course and used the skills.
Calling all Welsh-speakers - free media training
We’re delighted to announce that Mind Cymru has been given a grant by Estyn Llaw to increase our number of Welsh-speaking media volunteers.
Time to Change Wales offers exciting volunteering opportunity
New campaign Time to Change Wales is currently advertising an Assistant Administrator voluntary post based at Mind Cymru, Cardiff.
Wales sees step forward in support for people who want to speak out
Independent Mental Health Advocacy is extended. From 2 April 2012 anyone in Wales who is in hospital for their mental health problem can ask for an Independent Mental Health Advocate (IMHA) to help them get their voice heard.
Celebrities line up to support Time to Change Wales
Welsh actors Michael Sheen and Paul Whitehouse give their backing to new anti-stigma campaign.
Digital Stories - One Year On
Mind Cymru launches four new digital stories this St David's Day. They were made by four people living with a mental health problems as part of a digital storytelling course.
Health Minister Launches campaign to end mental health discrimination in Wales
Time to Change Wales is the first national campaign to end the stigma and discrimination faced by people with mental health problems throughout Wales and launches at the Wales Millennium Centre today, 21 February, with opening speech by Health and Social