Mental health disorders (MHDs) are psychiatric illnesses or mental (intellectual) disabilities that restrict a person’s ability to work and take care of themselves and hinder social integration. What are the differences between intellectual disabilities and psychiatric illnesses? Both intellectual disabilities and psychiatric illnesses belong to MHDs, but the care and…

To promote the integration of people with severe disabilities and mental health disorders (MHDs) into the labour market, the Social Integration State Agency’s (SISA) project “Employment and Social Integration of People with Disabilities or Mental Health Disorders” includes five professional continuing education programmes and 35 skill training programmes. Who can participate…

Entrepreneurs who provide employment opportunities for people with mental health disorders (MHDs) are not only being socially responsible but are also eligible for different types of government support for the promotion of employment. Subsidised Jobs for the Unemployed  By participating in the State Employment Agency’s project “Subsidised Jobs for the…