Your Mental Health ‘Bill of Rights’

Your Mental Health ‘Bill of Rights’
by thecatalystsforchange
August 6, 2015 by DavidSusman
“For centuries, societies have crafted written standards to protect individuals and to promote their basic human rights. Two extraordinary examples were the Magna Carta of 1215 and the US Bill of Rights in 1791.

What if we decided to write a ‘bill of rights’ for mental health care? What would it look like? What ideals, protections, and guarantees would need to be included?”

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thecatalystsforchange | March 6, 2017 at 5:26 PM | Tags: bill of rights , Mental health , rights | Categories: Mental health , Psychology , Repost|Share | URL: http://wp.me/p7jKej-HJ

The Catalysts for Change

“For centuries, societies have crafted written standards to protect individuals and to promote their basic human rights. Two extraordinary examples were the Magna Carta of 1215 and the US Bill of Rights in 1791.

What if we decided to write a ‘bill of rights’ for mental health care? What would it look like? What ideals, protections, and guarantees would need to be included?”

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