The program is based on a broader concept of community mental health and an interpretive view of individuals in various mental distresses. Due to many prejudices in the wider society, they are rejected and excluded from many aspects of life that are “self-evident” to the “healthy” population. We believe that people with long-term mental health issues can live a dignified life in the community and realize their potential if they are provided with adequate support and assistance.
- Personal counseling and life management,
- Multidisciplinary cooperation with providers in the network of services,
- Field work (by arrangement: home visits, escorts),
- Personal recovery plan and coordination of its implementation (by agreement),
- Information and telephone (Skype, Zoom) consulting,
- Self-help group, every working Monday between 3 pm and 5 pm,
- Psychoeducational workshops (on schedule)
- Hiking and excursion activities (twice a month, on Saturdays)
- Winter and summer camp.