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.
Voluntary work for promoting mental health
Difficult situations in life
We are faced with many kinds of situations and phases in our lives. Some of them are positive and bring us joy, while others are challenging, even difficult.
Hand of Mental Health
Hand of Mental Health encourages us to reflect and discuss our everyday choices and their impact on our mental health.
Part of the international collaborative network
MIELI Mental Health Finland, MIELI ry is a member of many key international organisations specialising in mental health, suicide prevention, crisis helpline, family therapy, rehabilitation, social policy, poverty and exclusion prevention, traumatic stress research and conflict resolution, as well
Mental Health Power - A youth workers' guide to promoting mental health
Mental Health Power
Citizenship, Recovery, and Inclusive Society Partnership (CRISP)
Our international network unites leaders from academia, policy, practice, business and community organisations from the EU and the US.
Bipolar affective disorder
Bipolar affective disorder, also known as bipolar disorder, used to be called manic depression. Bipolar affective disorder is a chronic disorder, which is strongly hereditary. The disorder is characterised by unusual mood swings.
Attempted Suicide Short Intervention Program - LINITY Project in Finland 2013-2017
The aim of the project in SOS-Crisis Centre is to prevent and reduce suicide attempts and suicides in Finland by supporting suicide attempters.
Grief usually results from a loss, such as the death of a loved one, end of a relationship or loss of a job. Grief is a personal experience and everyone has the right to grieve in their own way.
EU-Compass for Action on Mental Health and Wellbeing
The EU-Compass is a mechanism to collect, exchange and analyse information on European countries’ policy and stakeholder activities in mental health.