Women’s Mental Health Network

The Women’s Mental Health Network (WMHN) is a network of people and organisations with a committed interest in women’s mental health issues, developed by the National Women’s Council (NWC) and St Patrick’s Mental Health Services (SPMHS).

Advocating for women’s rights to mental health

Advocating for women’s rights to mental health

The WMHN has two aims:

  • To provide a forum for information-sharing and networking
  • To advance interdisciplinary and multi-agency collaboration on women’s mental health issues.

To do this, we share information through newsletters and online updates. We also organise education and networking events hosted collaboratively by SPMHS and NWC.

The network was launched at a special event in November 2018. Since then, we have grown to over 300 members, hosted numerous events, and explored and advocated for women’s rights to mental health in the media and through awareness-raising opportunities.

How do I become a member of the network?

If you would like to learn more about becoming a member of the network, please fill in the form below and we will be in touch with you. You can withdraw your membership at any time in the same way.

Women’s Mental Health Network Registration

If you would like to receive updates on events and developments at St Patrick’s Mental Health Services, subscribe to our mailing list by ticking this box.
By submitting your application, you agree to the terms of service and privacy policy.

Resources

Below, you’ll find some reports, podcasts and other resources that the WMHN has produced or contributed to. Please be aware that some sensitive topics are discussed in these resources, and know that help is available if you are in distress. If you need to talk to someone, you can contact the Samaritans 24 hours a day by calling 116 123 (freephone); texting 087 260 9090 (standard text rates apply); or emailing jo@samaritans.ie (Republic of Ireland) or jo@samaritans.org (Northern Ireland).

News and Events

Find updates, recordings and articles relating to our previous events on women’s mental health issues below. If you’re interested in future WMHN events, we’ll share dates and details here as they come up.

Support and Information

Take your first step by making a call: speak to a mental health professional today.

01 249 3333 info@stpatsmail.com

Referral and Assessment Service

Contact us for queries regarding referrals to our service.

01 249 3635 Referrals & Admissions