A £15,000 ERSF grant has been helping SEVAC with work at its Mental Health & Human Rights Resource Centre. The money has been used to fund professional care, and buy food and medicines.

SEVAC has been working in India for people with mental illness for the past two decades, ensuring uninterrupted psychiatric treatmeant, human care and meaningful rehabilitation – as well as promoting their human rights.

During 2010 SEVAC reached 2,137 individuals – 119 through the Crisis Intervention Unit and Halfway Home; 65 through the Day Care Centre; 453 through the Outdoor Clinic, 1,300 through the Outreach Unit promotion and screening programme; and 200 police officers through the Mental Health Education Programme.

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