What We Do…

TAMHI is a mental health charity based in Northern Ireland that works with sports clubs and groups who use sport to raise awareness of mental health and resilience. TAMHI works with clubs, youth clubs, schools, and youth groups. we have also helped our corporate partnerships to make mental health fun and engaging. We are based in North Belfast but support many groups throughout Northern Ireland with any group we can with resources.

Our approach is focused on raising the capacity of grassroots groups to have the confidence to connect with their members in relation to mental health.  We do this through, workshops, talks, training, and most unique activities and games. Our approach has proven to connect better with people who like sports and like to learn through activity.

The definition of Mental Health is positive, clubs and community groups are contributing to positive mental health each day; our work entails helping them realize the true impact on wellbeing and inspire positive attitudes to change a culture of stigma.

TAMHI In Schools…

TAMHI In The Office…

TAMHI Supports Clubs In Developing The 4 P’s

PEOPLE

To support club people to ensure they have enough information about Mental Health and promoting positive Mental Fitness.

Note – Research has shown that training is a hard sell, volunteers in the context of sport give up their time to do sport, not classroom-based training, and find it very difficult to get people to attend – especially young members – unless they have to (which in the case of mental health they do not)

PARTNERSHIPS

To support club people to ensure they have enough information about Mental Health and promoting positive Mental Fitness.

Note – Research has shown that training is a hard sell, volunteers in the context of sport give up their time to do sport, not classroom-based training, and find it very difficult to get people to attend – especially young members – unless they have to (which in the case of mental health they do not)

POLICIES

To support club people to ensure they have enough information about Mental Health and promoting positive Mental Fitness.

Note – Research has shown that training is a hard sell, volunteers in the context of sport give up their time to do sport, not classroom-based training, and find it very difficult to get people to attend – especially young members – unless they have to (which in the case of mental health they do not)

PROGRAMMES

To support club people to ensure they have enough information about Mental Health and promoting positive Mental Fitness.

Note – Research has shown that training is a hard sell, volunteers in the context of sport give up their time to do sport, not classroom-based training, and find it very difficult to get people to attend – especially young members – unless they have to (which in the case of mental health they do not)

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