WAPR (Indian Chapter) is the Indian arm of the global not-for-profit organisation, WAPR. It was started by Dr M. Sarada Menon in India in 1989, and pioneered psychosocial rehabilitation in India. It is now registered as a not-for profit organisation in India too.
It aims to provide to all stakeholders a platform to voice their concerns about relevant issues concerning the long-term care of the mentally ill. It also strives to pave the way for advocacy for mental-health care, develop policy and create awareness about mental illness.
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The DIRECTORY consists of :
- Govt Agencies and NGOs Directory on Rehab Services
- Mental Hospitals in India: State-wise
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