Its administration and network comprise of psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, educationists, inspirational writers and social workers/counsellors, coupled with a fleet of dynamic young non-religious motivational speakers who have saddled themselves with the responsibility of coaching and inspiring the enormous depressed/stigmatized ones in Africa.
Mental Health Foundation works assiduously to help all people prevent and overcome mental disorders, providing adequate information, education, encouragement, and support for people living with either mild or severe mental disorders alongside their family member.
On the other hand, we believe our society can be healed from the rampaging social ills, juvenile deliquence, secret emotional pains/disturbances and other influences that distort behavioural/thinking patterns. Knowing fully well that the law never changes the mind nor does it impact values, but teaching not only changes the mind, it instils values which in turn corroborates the law by setting the standard of behaviour.
Suffice to say, a mentally ill person is not only limited to the one with torn clothes, the beggars, penniless, rootless, homeless, those found under bridges, in uncompleted buildings or even wandering about. Psychiatrists however, faulted this view of mental illness, saying it is narrow. There are many people that are mentally ill and not psychotic.