The South African Federation for Mental Health focuses on promoting mental health for all South Africans, as well as promoting and protecting the rights of individuals with psychosocial and intellectual disabilities. Psychosocial disability is a term used to describe the experience of people with impairments and participation restrictions related to mental health conditions. Psychosocial disability relates to the effect that a mental illness has on someone’s ability to participate fully in life. Individuals with a psychosocial disability are prevented from taking part in opportunities such as education, training, and achieving their goals and ambitions. Not everyone with a mental illness will necessarily have a level of impairment that will result in a psychosocial disability.

How long has your Organisation been operational?

Almost 100 years since 1920

Is your Organisation a registered entity? If so, please list your registration details below for eg: NPO Number, PBO Number, NPC Number etc

000-238 NPO / PBO 130003099

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Getting corporate companies to use our tailored Corporate Wellness packages.

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