Our mental health matters
The Mental Health Advocacy Platform is open to all the European and national organisations for which mental health, including its socio-economic determinants, is a topic of relevance. This includes, but is not limited to non-governmental organisations representing various stakeholders (i.e. users of mental health services, service providers, professionals, rights holders, people in disadvantaged situations, families and carers, etc..), universities and research institutes, public health institutes and authorities.
Our guiding principles
Human rights based approach to mental health
The psychosocial model of mental health
Co-production with experts by experience
Available, affordable, high quality and recovery-oriented mental health services in the community
- HPP Webinar: Covid-19 & mental health: Taking forward the lessons learnedon July 31, 2022
The objective of this HPP Webinar is to share knowledge and experiences related to concrete actions carried out to address the lessons we have learned in relation to mental health from the COVID-19 pandemic. The post HPP Webinar: Covid-19 & mental health: Taking forward the lessons learned Read more →
- MHE Publishes French EU Presidency Scorecard (January-June 2022)on July 25, 2022
How did the 2022 French Presidency of the Council of the EU score in relation to mental health? The post MHE Publishes French EU Presidency Scorecard (January-June 2022) appeared first on Mental Health Europe.
- “COVID-19 and mental health: taking the lessons learned forward” – Call for inputon July 18, 2022
Mental Health Europe is planning a webinar on “How to take forward the lessons learned from Covid-19”. The post “COVID-19 and mental health: taking the lessons learned forward” – Call for input appeared first on Mental Health Europe.