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EUFAMI, European Federation of Associations of Families of People with Mental Illness

Advocacy group founded in 1990, EUFAMI aims at helping both the carers and the people they care for. Objectives: having an ongoing commitment to improving care and welfare for people affected by mental illness, and also enabling the member organisations to act jointly at a European Level, combining their efforts and sharing experience. >>more

ENUSP - European Network of (ex-)Users and Survivors of Psychiatry

Founded in 1990, the Network received legal recognition as a federation of European national and local associations of (ex-)users and survivors of psychiatry in 1998. Aims and objectives The European Network aims to promote and improve the human rights of (ex-)users and survivors of psychiatry; to fight for (ex-) user/survivor controlled alternatives to psychiatry and against abuse and coercion. >>more

MHE - Mental Health Europe

Objectives: - Promotion of positive mental health. - Prevention of mental distress. - Improvement of care. - Advocacy. - Protection of human rights of (ex-)users of mental health services, patients of psychiatric hospitals, their families, and carers. Activities: - Development of European exchange, study, research, research-action projects on crucial mental health issues : mental health promotion, non discrimination, social inclusion of people with mental health problems, employment, homeless people, etc. >>more

Gamian Europe, Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks

founded in 1998, aims at publishing and promoting information and awareness concerning the incidence on mental illness and on its treatments available. It is particularly interested in enhancing the recognition and availability of treatments for mood disorders and anxiety disorders. Essential to the mission of GAMIAN is the promotion of the understanding of mental illness and encouragement of appropriate scientific research. >>more

Europsy Réhabilitation

Objectives: - Developping inter-institutional European exchange in the fields of social, professional, and economic rehabilitation. - Reintegration into society: procedures of readaptation, orientation, training and reclassification - Conducting theorical research on the link between psychopathology and socio-economic structures, taking into account the specificities of each country. >>more


is a European network of associations of parents of persons with autism all around Europe (80 national and regional associations in 30 European countries including 14 EU). Its main objective is to promote and protect the human rights of persons with autism and their families and help improve their lives. >>more

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EUROCARE, European Council for Alcohol Research Rehabilitation and Education

is an alliance of voluntary and non-governmental organisations representing a diversity of views and cultural attitudes and concerned with the impact of the European Union on alcohol policy in Member States. It was founded in 1990. Objectives: Member organisations are involved in the provision of information to the public; education and training of voluntary and professional community care workers,... >>more

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