On 3rd July 2014 Beat Cymru spokesperson and Gofal Public Affairs Manager Katie Dalton appeared on the BBC Radio Wales programme Good Morning Wales to discuss the increase in hospital admissions for people with eating disorders.
On the 24th June and 1st July Assembly Members debated the Welsh Government’s Housing (Wales) Bill and considered over 400 amendments tabled by the Housing Minister Carl Sargeant AM and opposition AMs. Two of these amendments were originally conceived by Gofal and aimed to strengthen the focus on groups at particular risk of mental health problems and homelessness.
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In his latest Western Mail column Gofal Executive Director Ewan Hilton discusses the Housing (Wales) Bill and the Minister's consideration of mental health issues during the legislative process.
It has been another challenging year for many individuals and organisations across Wales as budget cuts and welfare reform make things increasingly tough for the most vulnerable in our society. Read and download our full Annual Report for 2013 here.