PHILIPSBURG:— On Thursday 14th June 2018, a Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Mental Health Foundation and the Safe Haven Foundation in a joint effort to start a joint relationship with the objective to strengthen the mental and psychological health of domestic violence victims.
This M.O.U. will function as an agreement to facilitate partnership and cooperation in the areas of:
• Intake process
• treatment/ care plans
• joint treatment
• medical and nursing technical support;
• prevention programs; staff training support;
• client training support
• communication and cooperation with third parties
• awareness and reintegration programs
Safe Haven’s Executive Director Cassandra Richardson expressed enthusiasm-having M.H.F. provide Quality Psychiatric Care to her clients.
M.H.F. aims to improve the quality of individuals and families by compassionately serving mental health, addiction, education and community support needs on St. Maarten and surrounding islands.
Safe Haven Executive Director Cassandra Richardson, MHF Interim Director Ms. Eileen Healy and MHF Executive Assistant Cyrille Brooks (not pictured) witnessed the signing of the M.O.U..
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Source: St. Martin News Network http://www.smn-news.com/st-maarten-st-martin-news/29431-safe-heaven-and-mental-health-foundation-signed-mou.html