Community projects Reflecting Through Art Reflecting Through Art is an exhibition under the auspices of Cork Mental Health Foundation and began in 1996. Open to anyone using the mental health services; the project aims to encourage creative activity, raise the profile of the artists, and increase awareness of their talents. Through the use art, the project also acts as a bridge between artists and the wider community. The Exhibition is launched each year at Cork International Airport and remains there for 6 weeks. From here the exhibition will tour a number of venues in Cork City and County. Each piece of work will be framed and catalogued and will be sold with all the proceeds going directly to the artist.The catalogue will be numbered and contains photographs of the work and some information on the artist and or the picture. If you require an entry form or you would like to purchase a painting please do not hesitate to contact the offices of Cork Mental Health Foundation on 021 4511100. Vitality Cobh Vitality Cobh is a community led initiative aimed at highlighting the services available to the people of Cobh who may need help with their general mental health and wellbeing. Cork Mental Health have been a part of the organising committee for this event since its beginning in 2011 and were delighted to be part of the event each year. This years event was the biggest and most successful to date, with a huge turnout throughout the day. Please see the images below, where you can gain a feel for the family orientated event which brought the community together. Clonakilty Wellness Week The first annual Clonakilty Wellness Week took place in Clonakilty from in May 2014. The event finished has grown every year since then and is now a permanent fixture in the community calender in Clonakilty each year. This project aims to promote and deliver numerous activities that can assist you with leading a healtier lifestyle for body and mind. This project was thanks to the work of a great Wellness Committee with the help of the local community and the HSE. Cork Mental Health's Clonakilty Committee are heavily involved in the organising of this event and we are delighted to be part of it each year.