Raising Awareness of Human Rights Within The Field of Mental Health
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How to Get Involved in CCHR South Africa

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights South Africa not only exposes human rights violations in the field of mental health, but actively works alongside individuals and groups to bring about much needed reform, and there are many ways you can help.

Make a donation:

It is through donations that CCHR is able to carry on with its vital work and human rights campaigns. You can make a one-time donation or a monthly pledge. Contact us for more details.

Share our website's news articles:

Share CCHR South Africa's news articles on your social media pages. Also, email links of our website to people you know, or who would benefit. And if you have a website then link to us. Also, follow and share our posts on social media: Rumble, Facebook, and Bitchute.

Distribute our DVDs and publications:

You can purchase our award winning CCHR documentaries on DVD, by ordering online [coming soon], and distribute them to others. We also have free downloadable publications and reports which are available for easy distribution.

Get active in your area:

Get active and join in the fight for reform in the field of mental health. You can get information regarding key issues relating to psychiatric / mental health abuse in your area. Contact us to get involved. Also keep an eye on our CCHR events page for upcoming events.

Report abuse:

Report any mental health abuse (drugging, electroshock, involuntary commitment etc.) by filling out an abuse case form and submitting it to CCHR (all information is kept under strict confidence).

Taking action if you're a doctor, psychiatrist or whistleblower:

Taking action if you're a doctor
Taking action if you're a psychiatrist
Taking action if you're a whistleblower

Report Psychiatric Abuse
Drug Side Effects
Truth About ECT Electroconvulsive Therapy
CCHR Protests 2019 SA Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Convention
CCHR and South African citizens together protest The South African Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (SAACAPAP) convention.
Published by CCHR SA - 25/5/2019
The Dangers of Psychotropic Drugging (T.V. Interview)
T.V. interview on ITV Networks with Allan Wohrnitz nutrition expert on the dangers of psychotropic drugs and psychiatry.
Published by CCHR SA - 17/12/2018
Psychologist Darren Marc Goddard Charged With Raping School Children
School psychologist Darren Marc Goddard charged with sexual offences relating to children in a Pietermaritzburg school.
Published by CCHR SA - 19/8/2018

CCHR South Africa DVDFree Information Kit

Restoring Human Rights and Dignity to the Field of Mental Health

What should you know about psychiatry’s “cures” in the name of mental health? How valid are psychiatrists’ diagnoses—and how safe are their drugs?

The answers are contained in this information kit, which is provided free to legislators, government officials, medical and legal professionals, and human rights and advocacy organizations.
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