ISSN: 1230-2813
Advances in Psychiatry and Neurology/Postępy Psychiatrii i Neurologii
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Adv Psychiatry Neurol 2019; 28 (2): 81-82
Data publikacji online: 2019/06/28
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We, the undersigned, gathered at the 2nd Congress of Mental Health in Warsaw, among us people who experience mental health crises, their families and friends, employees of mental healthcare and social services, representatives of science, culture and politics, associates and friends brought together by the idea of breaking through the prejudice against people who experience mental health crises and the barriers to helping them in a proper and effective manner.
We wish for it to be remembered that:
• mental health is man’s fundamental personal property, the protection of which is the duty of the state;
• considerate care for mental health builds the human capital of people, families and society at large;
• friendly and efficient system of help and support for people in mental health crises is designed to counteract individual and family tragedy, and reduce great social losses;
• the violation of the inalienable dignity and rights of people in a psychological crisis results from human ignorance, flawed law and the inefficiency of institutions – all of which can be changed.
We wish to state that:
• The Warsaw Declaration, concluded at the end of the previous Congress, has been widely acknowledged and the process of reforming the system of mental healthcare in Poland has been initiated, as signified by the realization of the pilot programme for mental healthcare centres (CZP), preparation of the foundations for the reconstruction of mental healthcare for children and adolescents, and launching of deinstitutionalization projects funded from the European Social Fund;
• yet these undertakings are merely a drop in the ocean of urgent, unfulfilled needs, and most of the activities initiated have met with active attempts to obstruct or block them, including by some influential stakeholders who fail to understand or accept the mission with which they have been entrusted;
• despite a certain increase in the public awareness, the protection of mental healthcare is still an object of extreme personal stigmatization, targeting individuals, groups and organizations active in this field, and also of structural stigmatization inherent in explicit or concealed institutional practices, bad law and customs.

We demand that:
• the changes in the protection of mental health are fuelled by adequate financial resources, and that the long-lived tolerance for blatant...

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