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WWAMH is a voluntary organisation, a charity, and a company limited by guarantee which supports voluntary organisations with an interest in mental health.

Mission Statement

Working together with service users, carers, voluntary organisations, statutory providers and commissioners to improve the standards of mental health throughout West Wales.

We aim to promote equal opportunities and challenge the stigma of mental illness by providing practical help and information, training and advice, working with people to develop new and existing projects and promoting good practice.

Disclaimer: We make every effort to ensure that the information provided on WWAMH is accurate, non-discriminatory and reliable.  Whilst we’ve made every effort to ensure the accuracy of the information provided, we do not accept liability for errors or omissions. We recommend that you contact providers before attending services, events and/or training. We cannot recommend any of the services or resources included from third-parties, or accept any liability for the quality of service they provide.  WWAMH is not responsible for any advice or content of any third-party website or for issues/actions that result from the use of information found on our website.

Our Aim

To support these organisations and members to:

  • Express their needs and aspirations.
  • Participate as equal partners in the planning of services.
  • Improve the services and opportunities available to people with mental health problems, their families and carers.

Our Services

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Development

Every year WWAMH carries out a consultation exercise to gather views from individuals and organisations on the services we provide. This feedback helps us to improve and develop WWAMH services.

WWAMH Local Forums and Joint Working

Facilitating and Joint Working

WWAMH assists groups and individuals to play a key role as equal partners in local services, mental health development and planning procedures.

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Health Promotion

People living with mental health problems often also suffer poor physical health. There has been considerable interest and research on this link recently and the reasons for it are thought to be complex.

WWAMH Spirituality Positivity Happiness

Service User and Carer Involvement

WWAMH supports and facilitates a number of service user led networks across the Three Counties. WWAMH also facilitates the recruitment of a number of service user and carer representatives for the various planning and service development groups.

WWAMH Developing Projects and Ideas

Training Services

West Wales Action for Mental Health provides a range of training and support to service users, groups and organisations.

WWAMH Recovery Wall Inspirational Videos

The Recovery Wall

This is an exciting new project developed by WWAMH in partnership with CVCMedia. The project will use digital media as a means of promoting recovery and well being.

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For mental health support or information contact the 24 hour CALL Helpline (0800 132 737)

For all other queries please send an email or complete our online form

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