The SASM Foundation is a non-profit organization that was constituted in April 2001. Since the establishment, efforts have been made to achieve an improvement in care for the recovery of people with mental illness. The principal aim is facilitating inclusion in their social environment, favoring autonomy and improving their quality of life.
Mental Health Perspectives is a nongovernmental nonprofit organization established in 2000 and working in the field of mental health and human rights. Our mission is to contribute to the wellbeing of society and especially its most vulnerable groups, through consolidation of their fundamental right to accessible, evidence based and person centred services, whilst also prioritising mental health at the political level. Activities include training and research, monitoring of human rights, awarness raising, development of services, etc.
iED is a research organization established in 2005, focused on the promotion of entrepreneurship for everyone. The organization’s main activity is the implementation of projects under some of Europe’s most influential and groundbreaking Programmes like the HORIZON 2020 and the ERASMUS+ programmes.
Estuar Foundation is a Romanian NGO, established in 1993. Its mission is to offer social options and alternatives to adults with mental health problems in order to support their inclusion in the Romanian society. In time, Estuar Foundation has developed a series of services responding to the needs of its beneficiaries with the purpose of limiting their dependence on specialized institutions.
The organisation ‘Social Cooperative Activities for Vulnerable Groups – EDRA’ (Abbreviation: K.S.D.E.O. “EDRA”) is a Non-Profit Organisation- Social Cooperative, operating in the fields of mental health and mental retardation since 2001, aiming at the promotion of mental health, defending the rights of vulnerable groups and raising awareness in matters concerning mental health.
In the Wellbeing and Recovery College Estonia we learn and share experience in the mental health and life skills subject. We create opportunities for continuing education and rehabilitation. We work with people whose ability to manage their daily activities and life in the community is affected by mental health challenges, incl. people living with schizophrenia.