Marie Breen is resigning from the board of the Limerick Mental Health Association at the end of the month. Marie has been Limerick Mental Health’s guardian angel for the last 10 years and has touched many a person’s life with her empathy and kindness.
In her role as Secretary of the Board, she has been kept busy at monthly meetings, organising a busy Board of Directors and running events throughout the year. Her consistent smile, her weekly presence in the Le Cheile project and her devoted commitment to the Limerick Mental Health Association Board will make her irreplaceable. No job is ever too big or too small for Marie and she has always undertaken both with grace and enthusiasm over the past 10 years.
While working tirelessly in the background, Marie has never been one for the limelight or the accolades, but anyone who has ever met her knows that she is a true crusader for Mental Health Awareness and has devoted her time to the promotion of Positive Mental Health.
When asked to describe Marie, there is one over-riding response – “She is just such a lady and a pleasure to be around. She will be so missed by everyone in Limerick Mental Health Association”.
Mental Health Limerick promotes positive mental health and wellbeing to all people and communities. They support people who experience mental health difficulties on their journey of recovery and their families and carers. Why not visit the Mental Health Ireland website www.mentalhealthireland.ie
Le Chéile was established by Limerick Mental Health Association in 2003 as a centre for people who have experienced difficulties in coping.The centre provides support, friendship and opportunity to help people develop their talents and coping skills primarily through the use of social and creative activities. For further information on Le Chéile visit their website www.lecheile.info
If you would like to learn more about Limerick Mental Health Association and the work done by Marie and the rest of the team you can read more here!
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