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Citizenship, Recovery, and Inclusive Society Partnership (CRISP)
How Can I Help My Children?
A guide to parents who have mental health problems.
Developmental and life situation crises
Life is filled with natural changes, moving from one phase to another. One often reacts to these changes with so-called developmental crises, which consist of letting go of the past and adapting to the new life situation.
What's Up With Our Parents?
A handbook for older children and adolescents whose parent has mental health problems.
In everyday life, the word ‘depression’ may refer to many different things. The phenomenon becomes hard to understand as the word is used to describe both an emotion and a mental disorder.
CRISP Partnership Blog
Blog texts from CRISP partnerships
The SOS Centre of the Finnish Association for Mental Health has worked in suicide prevention for almost 40 years. Based on past experiences, suicide can usually be prevented.
Various mental disorders and, for example, crises after losing a family member may involve suicidal thoughts. Suicidal thoughts are often caused by feelings the person finds unbearable.
Joint Action on Mental Health and Wellbeing
The Finnish Association for Mental Health (FAMH) led the workpackage on integrating mental health in other public policies in the Joint Action on Mental Health and Wellbeing, which was being implemented by the European Commission and EU Member States in 2013-2016
CRISP-seminar: Recovery, Human Rights and Experts by Experience – the Right to Parent
The Finnish Association for Mental Health warmly invites you to the CRISP Partnership seminar discussing the Right to parent, at Lapinlahti Hospital Auditorium in Helsinki, 10 October 2016, 10 am – 3:30 pm, on the World Day for Mental Health.