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
- A vision for Europe: Belgian Health Minister unveils European Health Union prioritieson January 19, 2024
Our reaction: We are looking forward to essential discussions throughout the Belgian Presidency's term, initiating a transformative journey towards a more caring and prepared European Health Union. The post A vision for Europe: Belgian Health Minister unveils European Health Union priorities Read more →
- Guidelines on the Right to Vote for Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities in the European Unionon December 22, 2023
Mental Health Europe puts forward guidelines to support the right to vote of persons with psychosocial disabilities in the European Union. The post Guidelines on the Right to Vote for Persons with Psychosocial Disabilities in the European Union appeared first on Mental Health Europe.
- Recommendations on the European Disability Cardon December 22, 2023
Mental Health Europe puts forward recommendations on how to strengthen the legislative proposal of the European Disability Card. The post Recommendations on the European Disability Card appeared first on Mental Health Europe.