Duties & Prevention
- Rights of Persons with Mental Illness
- Making an Advance Directive
- Appointing Someone on your Behalf
- Confidentiality of Health Related Information
- Living in Society
- Right to Access Mental Healthcare
- Right to Equality and Non-Discrimination
- Right to Live with Dignity
- Right to Legal Aid
- Right to Information
- Right to Complain
- Right to Communication
What are the authorities for mental healthcare under the law?
What is the National Mental Health Policy?
What is the National Mental Health Programme?
Who is a caregiver, according to the law on mental health?
Can I leave for a few days from a mental health establishment where I am admitted?
What should I do if I find a person with mental illness who is being mistreated?
What are the duties of the police with relation to persons with mental illness?
Can someone be forced to get treatment for a mental illness?
Who can I go to if I require help with my mental health?
What is the punishment for running mental health establishments that are not registered under the law?
Can research be conducted on a person with mental illness?
Is mental healthcare covered under insurance?
Can a person with mental illness be subjected to solitary confinement or physical restraint?
What kind of procedures are prohibited on persons with mental illness?
What does an unsound mind mean?
What are mental healthcare establishments?
What are mental healthcare services?