Mental Health from the perspective of European Churches and Diaconal Organisations report
Mental Health: Addressing Challenges through Better Services and Inclusion report
Caring for People’s Mental Health policy paper
We see that there is currently a lack of an EU-wide action plan on mental health. The effects of pandemic restrictions, the war in Ukraine and the rising cost of living have contributed to a greater risk of depression and anxiety among EU citizens. Mental health needs to be integrated into existing EU structures and funds but it remains often taboo. We want to open up this space by sharing our member’s work as well as best practices.
will experience a mental health issue during their lifetime*
adolescents in Europe is affected by at least one psychological problem*
of European businesses report the presence on of at least one psychological risk in the workplace*
*Source Mental Health Europe, 2023
See how our members are working on mental health inclusion
Children, Adolescents and Adult Programme
Kerk in Actie
Church of Scotland
CrossReach Programme for Children
Holy Archdiocese of Athens
Asociación Evangélica Nueva Vida
Mental Health Promotion Programme
Check out the full list here.
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