MyMind announces €1m of new funding from the Department of Health
MyMind announces €1m of new funding from the Department of Health to provide targeted and free mental health support in Ireland.
MyMind is pleased to announce today, Monday 13 December, a significant new investment of €1m from the Department of Health, to provide free mental health support to certain groups who may not otherwise have access to mental health services. While eligibility will not be overly restrictive, the new funding will provide for up to 16,500 free counselling sessions in 2022 specifically for, by way of example, those from low-income households, those who have been significantly affected by Covid-19, or the survivors of the mother and baby homes.
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