Seasonal Creative Wellbeing Videos

KERRY Mental Health Association has teamed-up with Tralee-based Michelle McElligott to promote mental wellbeing through the art of creating floral decorations at home. Michelle, who creates stunning floral arrangements as a hobby, has given her time to demonstrate, on video, how to make floral arrangements at home, school or in community and mental health day […]

Ukrainian Refugees In Killarney Forced To Relive Sudden Upheaval Trauma

The last thing that Ukrainian women and children who were forced to flee their war-torn country is to relive the trauma of a sudden upheaval from their adopted homes in Killarney. Kerry Mental Health Association is deeply concerned for the mental wellbeing of 135 Ukrainians who are being forced to move to Co. Mayo after […]

Kerry Mental Health Association Proud To Be Part Of 2022 #KerryMHWFest

“MY Mental Health Matters” is the theme for the 2022 Kerry Mental Health and Wellbeing Fest which will feature a wide range of in-person and online activities to suit all ages from 8th to 15th October. The key focus of the #KerryMHWFest, which is celebrating five years, is to promote mental health and wellbeing in […]

Kerry Mental Health Association Welcomes AIB Cash U-Turn

KERRY Mental Health Association has welcomed AIB’s reversal of its decision to end cash services at some of its branches in Kerry. The charity has nine branches in Kerry, five of which serve towns that AIB had listed to be downgraded – Dingle, Kenmare, Killorglin, Cahersiveen and Kenmare, not to mention Abbeyfeale which also serves […]

#TieDayFriday 2022 To Raise Funds For Mental Health First Aid Training

KERRY Mental Health Association has announced details of the second #TieDayFriday which will take place on Friday 8th April 2022. Everyone in Kerry will be asked to wear a tie – preferably the most outrageous or colourful tie they can find – post a picture or video of themselves online and make a donation to Kerry Mental […]

Kerry Basketball Teams Take Timeout For Mental Health

KERRY Mental Health Association and the five teams in the county that compete in the Basketball Super and National Leagues have come together to promote mental health and wellbeing in 2022.

Fans at home games in Tralee, Killorglin, Castleisland and Killarney will hear information about the Five Ways To Wellbeing during the ‘Timeouts’ in matches for the remainder of the season.

Win A Christmas Cake AND €20 Note

KERRY Mental Health Association has a solution to help home bakers cope with one of the most stressful aspects associated with preparing for the Festive Season – the Christmas Cake! The charity has collaborated with Master Baker Oliver Hurley to present a video demonstrating how to bake a delicious Christmas Cake without the stress AND […]

Olympians “Row-In” Behind Kerry Mental Health and Wellbeing Fest

KILLORGLIN’S two Olympians have rowed-in with their support for the 2021 Kerry Mental Health & Wellbeing Fest by coming on board as Ambassadors for the event from 9th to 16th October. Monika Dukarska and Aileen Crowley, who recently competed for Ireland in the rowing at the Tokyo Games, have asked people of all ages to […]

Job Opportunity – Property/Housing Manager (Part Time)

We wish to recruit a Property/Housing Manager to coordinate all aspects of our housing programme, including tenancies, maintenance and fire safety. The role will involve working closely with the Housing Authority and HSE to arrange accommodation and ongoing support for eligible persons. Kerry Mental Health Association is an Approved Housing Body with nine residences in […]