How Can I Care for My Children?
A handbook for parents struggling with drug or alcohol use.
Mental health services
In Finland, municipal authorities are responsible for organising mental health services. Mental health services are also provided by hospital districts, private service providers and third sector actors, i.e. different kinds of organisations.
Windmill of Emotions
Inadequate livelihood and other financial difficulties have a profound effect on life. The number of people suffering from financial difficulties grows in times of recession, which is why financial difficulties are again something more people are experiencing.
“Crisis is not an illness from which one should recover; it is life one has to live.”
Outi Ruishalme and Liisa Saaristo: Elämä satuttaa, kriisit ja niistä selviytyminen
Voluntary work for promoting mental health
MIELI is a Finnish non-governmental organisation and a federation of over 50 local mental health associations making part of it, hosting approximately 4 000 individual members.
Citizenship and recovery orientated practice and care: developing international networks, collaborations and funding proposals
CRISP secondment and conference, 19 July 2019, Yale University/New York University
A blog by Nicola Cogan, Clinical Psychologist/Lecturer, University of Strathclyde
Moving to another country is a major life change. After arriving in the new country, every immigrant goes through an immigration process during which they internally process the effects caused to their life by changes in the external situation.