Promoting mental health in general and the well-being of care providers.
Stigmatisation, difficulties in getting work … People who suffer from mental illness – and in Belgium this concerns one in three people – face difficulties that complicate their (re-)integration into society. For more than 10 years, the King Baudouin Foundation has acted in partnership with the Queen Fabiola and Julie Renson Fund to bring about changes in attitudes regarding mental health and to promote the recovery of people suffering from psychological problems.
- raising awareness and informing people about questions relating to negative social representations of people suffering from a psychological vulnerability
- support for initiatives that reinforce recovery among those suffering from psychological problems
- support and encouragement for networking among those working in the mental health sector
- paying particular attention to mental healthcare professionals within their context of working under stress.
Red Noses Fund
Supporting projects for the health of children and young people in Flanders.
Fund Medisch Centrum Sint-Jozef
Support of the recovery-oriented activities of the Medisch Centrum Sint-Jozef vzw.
Fund Gerald Futter
Supporting projects for those who feel stigmatised or excluded. Initiatives that help people regain their dignity and their place in society.Support of the recovery-oriented acti…