Mental Illness was a taboo subject when we started in 2004
Its no longer a stigma, people can openly share if they suffer .
Dr Susan Horsewood Lee raised
.initial funds to start the Rawalpindi Clinic
It has served thousands of people for their Mental Health needs
CFMH Awards a young person who has contributed in the Communityto help others with mental health problems
Past Winner of the award for her work in Anorexia with our Patron GP Hinduja
Winner of our Young Person Award
for his work as 'Radio Agony Aunt'.
Award presented by Lady Dholakia
Dr Shahida trains staff at CFMH Service in Islamabad
Under her Charity Mukhul Madhav Foundation, Ritu organizes training for Mental Health Professionals with Concern for Mental Health in Pune
A group of Bedfordshire teenagers are raising awareness of mental health.
Concern for Mental Health supported
Free Me -Sweet Cavanaugh
providing free care and support for young women recovering from Eating Disorders and addictions, through the unique mode of jewellery making.
CFMH supported The Prison Reform Trust in developing and updating their on-line resources for justice providers and users of the service, thus enhancing the knowledge in mental health and learning disabilities in the criminal courts.
Volunteers befriended people suffering from Mental Illness by providing practical help and support in person or by phone 24 hours
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.