Promoting policies conducive to recovery and social inclusion
So-Psy defends in particular:
The promotion of the recovery model as a guide for mental health policies.
The integration of peers and relatives into the planning of services, clinics, teaching and research.
In public mental health policies, research and education, the promotion of evidence-based social psychiatric approaches to community recovery, including hospital day care, ACT-type mobile psychiatry, IPS-type employment support, and psycho-social rehabilitation.
The development of approaches that promote individual freedoms and the empowerment of users as well as support for shared decision-making.
Adequate and fair funding for evidence-based interventions that promote recovery from mental health problems.
Fair and adequate funding for networked approaches in complex situations requiring the coordination of multiple forums.
Recognition of the role of clinical case management by appropriately-trained professionals in supporting recovery in complex situations.
The development and dissemination of tools supporting recovery such as the joint crisis plan and advance directives.