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EEG

The European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community Based Care (EEG)

Deinstitutionalisation remains an essential area of work for MHE as a human rights and healthcare imperative which effects persons with mental health problems. European policy, structural funds and international legislation aim to not only end the institutionalisation of persons with mental health problems but also to encourage the early transfer of those still living in institutions into community settings. To ensure this continued transition to deinstitutionalisation across Europe and beyond, MHE continues to be an active member of the European Expert Group on the Transition from Institutional to Community-based Care (EEG), a broad coalition gathering stakeholders representing people with care or support needs and their families, including children, people with disabilities, homeless people, people experiencing mental health problems; as well as service providers, public authorities and intergovernmental organisations. 

The EEG members are: 

If you would like to download the Common European Guidelines on the Transition from Institutional to Community Based Care in your own language, please visit the EEG website here: http://deinstitutionalisationguide.eu

If you would like to visit the EEG website please see here: http://deinstitutionalisation.com/

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