After seven months of planning, listening and analysing , the research part of the Faith and Mental Health Project has ended. Our publication is finally here!

Freely available to all, the Call to Action is to challenge, equip and support churches and faith communities across NI in role in mental health and wellbeing.

We are delighted that the Mental Health Champion for NI, Siobhan O'Neill has written a foreword to the Call to Action and was our keynote speaker at the Launch Event on Tuesday 8th June.
We also had endorsement from the Health Minister for NI, Robin Swann MLA, that evening.  
Both videos are available below.  

Health Minister Robin Swann's address at the Call to Action Launch on 8th June 2021.

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View the Call to Action below, or download the PDF. 

Prof. Siobhan O'Neill, the NI Mental Health Champion, on a trauma-informed approach to mental health.

This work was possible thanks to funding support from an Awards for All grant.

The grant will also help sustain Left Side Up Mental Wellbeing programmes including Time to Unwind, Open House and Proud Parents from Sep 2021 - Feb 2022. 


Further information about the next stage of the Faith and Mental Health Project can be found at

The Voices That Haunt Us

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Dave Magill's book is available as a free download. The Voices That Haunt Us is a deeply honest memoir of mental ill-health and one that seeks to affirm the validity of every person's journey with mental health. 

"This isn't a book in which you will find expert advice or a 5 step programme to mental well-being. It is a book in which I hope you find hope in the knowledge that you are not alone. I hope you read my story and realise that your pain is valid, that you are worth helping and that your life is worth more than being miserable."