With the launch of Aadhaar, the Indian government has ensured that health insurance is available to everyone irrespective of income, status or education.
It is a huge step in the right direction and it will certainly improve the lives of people across the country.
But what about the mentally ill?
If they don’t have the means to access health insurance or even pay for it, then how do they manage to get it?
The mental health care needs of the mentally disabled have been well documented and have a long history.
In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) has acknowledged that “mental illness is the second leading cause of disability worldwide”.
Mental illness has also been linked to depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder.
Mental health is a complex issue and there is no single-size-fits-all solution for every patient.
For the mentally challenged, the government has started making some changes in the way it is providing mental health services.
The government has made it mandatory for all residents to register with the government and pay a monthly fee for the basic services such as medication and counselling.
But this does not help the mentally impaired, who face a huge hurdle when it comes to accessing the medical care that they need.
The mental healthcare needs of mentally challenged people have been documented in the WHO report Mental Illness and Disability in India and Mental Health: a Critical Perspective by the WHO.
Mental illness is a serious health issue and it needs to be addressed on all levels.
There is no one-size fits all solution to the mental health challenges faced by mentally challenged individuals in India.
Mental Illnesses is a global health issue that affects all people, irrespective of their income level, social standing or education, as it affects everyone regardless of their geographical location.
Mental Health and Mental Disorders in India: A Critical Perspective was published by the International Center for Mental Health, Geneva in 2017 and aims to raise awareness about mental health issues in India through an interactive and engaging dialogue.
According to a report published by UNICEF India in 2018, “Nearly half of all children aged 5-14 in India live in poverty and most of these children have suffered from mental health problems”.
A report by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) published in 2016 showed that nearly two thirds of the children in the country have been diagnosed with mental illness.
There are many other studies on mental health that show that mentally challenged children are disproportionately affected by mental health disorders, which is also true for adults as well.
In India, there are a lot of misconceptions and misinformation around mental health and mental illness, which means that mental health needs of all groups are being neglected and often left out.
There has been a huge lack of research in the field of mental health research and research on mental illness is largely limited to the research done in India by researchers and academics.
A key piece of the puzzle is the social work that the government needs to tackle the mental illness issues.
The social work of mental healthcare is a crucial aspect of mental wellbeing for all of the people who suffer from mental illness and who have to be seen as their mental health is their life.
There have been a lot more social workers in India who are making a difference to the lives and health of people suffering from mental illnesses.
The lack of mental wellness services in the state of Maharashtra is a case in point.
Mental wellness is a holistic approach to health and is a priority for the state government.
The government has invested over Rs 30,000 crore in mental health in Maharashtra, including providing mental healthcare services to 1.7 crore people.
A major part of the mental healthcare infrastructure in the State is the Mental Health Centre, which was established in 2005 in Nagpur.
The mental healthcare system in the region is also funded by the government.
Mental Healthcare in Maharashtra: A Global Perspective is an interactive interactive presentation that will be launched at the launch function of the Centre for Mental Welfare in Maharashtra in October.
The interactive presentation will help the state governments understand the mental wellbeing needs of their citizens and highlight the mental wellness strategies that they have been taking to improve the mental well-being of the citizens.
Social work can play a major role in addressing the mental and physical health of all people.
The state of New Delhi has recently launched a mental health awareness campaign called ‘Mental Health: The Vision’.
According the Mental health in India 2017 report, “mental health is the next generation issue that is being ignored by the public.
The public does not see mental health as a priority issue.
The reason is simple: The public believes that mental illness does not exist, that the mentally-ill have nothing to do with them and that there is nothing to be done about them.
In reality, mental health matters are the number one health issue facing the people in India”.