Boots, Antrim

Roisin worked with Oasis Caring in Action in Antrim to address the needs of vulnerable women in the Antrim area in a Building Community Pharmacy Partnership project. Roisin worked with the women on their poor mental health since many were isolated and had either been referred by Women’s Aid, or were still living in abusive situations.


Randalstown Pharmacies Ltd, Randalstown

In addition to the fact that the pharmacy’s deliveries increased by 200 per cent in a short space time, the pharmacy worked in partnership with the local Creggan GAA Club to ensure all patients received medication. Edel also made changes to the way in which she ran the project in which she was involved with Impact to ensure that the initiative continued so that patients’ mental health was not impacted.


Orchard Pharmacy, Portadown

Armagh-based Richmount Rural Community Association is a group of people mainly aged over 60, who are encouraged to take responsibility for their own health. Pharmacist, Paula Morgan, with funding from Building Community Pharmacy Partnership, was able to run a programme supporting the physical and mental health of the local community.


MediCare –Thorntons Pharmacy, Newcastle

Mind Your Mate and Yourself (MYMY) supports individuals, who are suicidal, in distress, or self harming by providing advice, information and appropriate services. The sessions educated women on how wider social factors impacted on their health and Anna empowered them with the skills to tackle these issues. Since many of the women were too nervous to sit in a room together, Anna held the sessions outdoors.

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