Mental Health Europe

Website link : www.mhe-sme.org

Postal address :

4 rue de la Presse

1000 Brussels

Belgium

Mental Health Europe

Mental Health Europe is a European non-governmental network organisation committed to the promotion of positive mental health, the prevention of mental distress, the improvement of care, advocacy for social inclusion and the protection of the rights of (ex)users of mental health services, persons with psychosocial disabilities, their families and carers.

MHE works closely with the European Institutions and international bodies to mainstream mental health in all policies and end mental health stigma. Mental Health Europe represents associations and individuals in the field of mental health including users of mental health services, professionals, service providers and volunteers.  Together with its members, MHE formulates recommendations for policy makers to develop mental health friendly policies. MHE places users of mental services at the centre of its work to ensure the voice of people who have experienced mental ill health is heard across Europe.


Afeji

Website link : www.afeji.org

Postal address :

199/201 rue Colbert,

Bâtiment Ypres,

59000 Lille, FRANCE

Afeji

Afeji is a key social and socio-medical actor in the North department. It runs 112 services and establishments (about 16 000 beneficiaries) and employs around 3000 persons. It is recognised as a non-profit organisation. For 57 years, it has put into action its motto „All lives have the same value”.

Afeji intervenes in the social, sanitary and medico-social sector that covers physical and intellectual disabilities, behavioural disorders, social and familial handicaps as well as mental health challenges. Each structure is specialised to answer to the beneficiaries’ expectations and needs. The association ensures the training, education, re-education and the care of users welcomed in our multiple establishments.

Afeji will implement RMH project in the “Maison des Adolescents” (establishment dedicated to teenagers) located in the rural area of Hainaut-Cambrésis.

Although Afeji will focus on teenagers, it also runs various establishments and services dedicated to children and adults and has a broad vision of rural area challenges. 


Diaconia University of Applied Sciences

Website link : http://www.diak.fi

Postal address :

Kyläsaarenkuja 2,  

00580 Helsinki or PL 12,

00511 Helsinki

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences

Diaconia University of Applied Sciences (Diak) prepares students to become professionals in social care, health care, church community work and interpreting. The university contributes to the development of its fields of study at the regional, national and international levels. Our campuses are located in Helsinki, Oulu, Pieksämäki, Pori and Turku. We have approximately 3,000 students and 250 members of staff.


PROPEL Europe ASBL

Website link: www.propel-europe.com

Postal address :

6 Route Provinciale

1315 Incourt

Belgium

PROPEL Europe ASBL

PROPEL Europe (Promoting Regional Opportunities and Partnerships in European Learning) a not-for-profit NGO based in Brussels which provides education, training and networking in and around the subjects of sustainability; responsible consumption; entrepreneurship; soft skills; circular economy; employment; youth; rural development; and more. PROPEL aims to provide advice, assistance and expertise so that these areas can be tackled coherently across EU policy sectors and frameworks with a multitude of innovative approaches. PROPEL believes in a sustainable vision for the future of Europe, where more information, education and training can lead to a more responsible approach to our natural resources.

The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o.o.

Website: http://farm-advisory.eu/en/

Postal address :

ul. Lomzynska 24

18-413 Miastkowo

Poland

The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o.o.

The Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre not-for-profit Sp. z o.o. is a private not-for-profit company dedicated to providing farm advisory services, enhancing the entrepreneurial spirit in rural areas and fostering the rural development in general. The organisation’s main goal is to improve the livelihoods of people living in rural areas by offering them the best and most professional and personalised advice, as well as a variety of training courses and educational materials. The company believes that rural development is one of the core drivers of economic growth in Poland, and therefore wants to contribute to the productivity and competitiveness of Polish rural areas. The company aims at providing tailored education and training services in rural areas as well as improving the vitality and quality of life in rural areas.


Merseyside Expanding Horizons (MEH)

Website: https://www.expandinghorizons.co.uk/

Postal address :

The Joseph Lappin Centre

Mill Lane

Old Swan, L13 5TF

Liverpool

Merseyside Expanding Horizons (MEH)

Merseyside Expanding Horizons (MEH) is a voluntary sector organisation that promotes social inclusion through partnership working with public and voluntary sector agencies across Merseyside since 1999. MEH’s vision is a socially inclusive society in which all individuals can achieve their potential. The activity of MEH is underpinned by four core values: Inclusion, Integrity, Inspiration and Collaboration that determine the projects that MEH undertakes. Meh has extensive experience of supporting people with multiple barriers and complex needs.  The tailored interventions make positive and lasting changes to the lives of our service users enabling them to broaden their life choices and achieve their personal goals.