We believe that someone who has experienced a mental health difficulty should be accepted and treated equally in society

Helpful Resources during the Covid 19 pandemic

In this difficult time we have compiled a list of helpful resources which will not only look after your mental health but your physical health also.


Author: Brendan Mccarthy

Feel Good Friday Webinar

Cork Mental Health we part of a fantastic event to celebrate world mental health day this year. The connecting for life community services subgroup organised a webinar to celebrate what services are available in the community.


Author: Brendan Mccarthy


Aurora is our Charity Shop based on St. Josephs Road in Mallow Co.Cork



Location: Unit f Spa Square,St Josephs Road, Mallow


“The Next Step is a unique place that welcomes those who have experience of mental health difficulties into an environment that provides creative and engaging activities where individuals flourish.”


Author: Brendan Mccarthy

Location: Unitarian church,Princes Street, Cork

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Our impact

36 Properties in Cork City and County
110 People supported to live in our properties
5000 Primary school student receive mental health talk each year
€20K Given in assistance in 2019 to people experiencing mental health difficulties
1600 Transition year students attending our Seminars each year

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Text CMH to 50300 to donate €2 to Cork Mental Health. Texts cost €2 Cork Mental Health will receive a minimum of €1.80. Service Provider: LIKECHARITY. Helpline 076 6805278

Latest news

  • Offical Opening of Clonakilty Community Resource Centre

    On Friday the 8th of October our Chairperson Ms. Mary Groeger cut the ribbon to officially open our new Resource Centre in Clonakilty Read more

  • Aurora goes green for World Mental Health Day

    Our Charity Shop in Mallow marked World Mental Health day by going green. Read more

  • Celtic Sea Minerals Donation

    It was great to meet with Seamus Callanan from Celtic Sea Minerals outside our offices today and to collect a cheque for €1000. This money is to go towards our Green Leaf Appeal and will go directly to help those affected by mental health issues within our community. A big thank you to Seamus and all at Celtic Sea Minerals for their support. Read more