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"Our voice is stronger when we are united, and will become even stronger when we are many."

  1. Improvement of societal awareness about mental illness and confrontation of the stigma that patients have toward themselves.
  2. Improvement of the quality of life of people with mental disorders (use of leisure time, incentives to seek work, etc).
  3. Provision of all possible support to association members and activism in asserting their interests in their work and, more generally, their social contexts.
  4. Development of substantive relationships between members and their families.
  5. Organization of voluntary self-help and mutual aid groups (visits to hostels for chronic patients, operation of a mutual-aid fund, etc).
  6. Education and training of members of the association on mental health matters.
Cooperation with and participation in organizing social and cultural activities with scientific and cultural organizations and other associations concerned with mental health.