Kerry Mental Health Association wants to hear from community or not-for-profit organisations in the county to compile a schedule of mental health first aid courses over the coming months. Three FREE mental health first aid courses have already been delivered in MTU Kerry Campus Tralee and the Ross Café Killarney in February 2024 with 30 […]
KERRY Mental Health Association has joined Tralee Chamber Alliance and Killarney Chamber of Tourism & Commerce with a view to promoting workplace wellbeing in Kerry’s two largest towns. Workplace Wellbeing relates to all aspects of working life, from the quality and safety of the physical environment, to how workers feel about their work, their working environment, […]
KERRY Mental Health Association has commenced the roll-out of its programme of free and affordable mental health first aid training courses in the county. Four volunteers based in Tralee, Kenmare, Killorglin and Cahersiveen have completed the recent mental health first aid instructor course at MTU Kerry. Maedhbh Keegan, TJ O’Connor, Mark Murphy and Mike Randles […]
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.
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 […]
POPULAR Tralee band Midnite Café dusted off their instruments to perform their first gigs in 16 months in front of excited residents in 4 housing estates in town yesterday (Saturday 17th July) afternoon.
PROMINENT Kerry people from the world of sport, theatre, business, education and the media launched Kerry Mental Health Association’s campaign by recording videos to promote the 5 Ways To Wellbeing – Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning & Give. With the support of Mental Health Ireland, the videos can be viewed across Kerry Mental Health Association’s social media platforms and on www.KerryMentalHealth.ie.
LEAVING Certificate students in Kerry are being invited to complete a survey to determine the impact of Covid-19 on their mental health as they face into the final months of exam preparations.
KERRY Mental Health Association is to host a Virtual Connect Café to promote positive mental wellbeing during the Christmas season and into 2021.