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The Centre for Mental Health and Counselling – Nepal (CMC-Nepal) is a non-governmental organization working in mental health and development by providing mental health and psychosocial services and by imparting training for developing human resources in mental health and psychosocial counseling. It was established in May 2003 from the Mental Health Programme of United Mission to Nepal (UMN), in order to continue and further promote the work they had begun since 1984.
To promote mental health and psychosocial well-being of the people living with mental health problems in Nepal, especially children and women, by working closely working with the Line Ministries to develop human resource and with communities and community-based organizations to create public awareness and community empowerment
People in Nepal are aware of mental health issues and persons living with mental health, and psychosocial problems live a dignified life and enjoy their rights to health services