CCHR - Psych Buster Kit

Human Rights Investigators

The world would be a safer place without psychiatry's abuses.  "Abuse" essentially means, "to treat badly" or to "maltreat or injure." Psychiatric treatments are harmful—electroshock, drugs, and psychosurgery all cause damage.

CCHR Investigators raise public awareness about abuses in the field of mental health by distributing CCHR materials, getting petitions signed, writing letters to the media, documenting psychiatric abuses, participating in demonstrations and many other grassroots activities.

Locally Available

These kits are available from our local offices (by request) or you could call us on 011 618 5845 to arrange an appointment at our offices. An alternative number is 083 595 4925 - Ryan Hogarth.

Address :  9 Northumberland Road
Kensington, Johannesburg, 2094

CCHR Basic Action Kit

CCHR's Basic Action Kit is now available online. In order to obtain access to the Basic Action Kit, you must first fill out a Licensing Agreement Form and send this to CCHR.

To download and print the Licensing Agreement Form, click here. (Note: You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader, available free by clicking here.)

Mail the form to the following address:

Director of Field Activities
CCHR International
6616 Sunset Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028

(If you have previously filled in a License Agreement Form, but have not received your username and password yet, contact the Director of Field Activities CCHR Int at

Once CCHR has received your license agreement, your username and password will be e-mailed to you, so please be sure to clearly print your e-mail address and all information on your Licensing Agreement Form.

After you have received your e-mail from CCHR giving you your user name and password, return to this page to access the Basic Action Kit online.

CCHR's Basic Action Kit is a comprehensive set of documents and materials you can use to help document mental health abuses. It includes CCHR's latest publications, psychiatric abuse case investigation forms, common questions and answers about CCHR, personalized business cards, and more.

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