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Free Sample Issue of the New MindFreedom Journal Is Now Available

Have you considered joining MindFreedom International, but you want more information? Here's your chance!

Free Sample Issue of the New MindFreedom Journal Is Now Available

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Who reads the MindFreedom Journal?


We hope you do!

If you'd like a free sample issue of the award-winning MindFreedom Journal and information about membership mailed to you, click here!


MindFreedom members include psychiatric survivors, mental health consumers, advocates, family members, and many mental health professionals. What do they have in common? A commitment to the importance of human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.


What will I find in the Journal?

The MindFreedom Journal has pages of news on mental health human rights, with personal stories, color photos, interviews, poetry and a calendar of events as well.

Because we believe you will join once you see the exciting work MindFreedom is doing, we're now offering a free sample of the Journal. We want to let everyone know what MindFreedom members, sponsors and affiliates are  doing to promote human rights and alternatives in mental health.

For your free sample issue of the Journal and info about joining just fill out and submit the form here:


Or are you ready to join now?

If you are ready to join today then why wait for your sample issue? You can become a MindFreedom member now by clicking here. Your issue will be sent immediately to you by First Class mail.

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Geetha Rathnamala, psychiatric survivor

Geetha says, "I am an Indian-American psychiatric survivor from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I am proud to be a MFI member because I believe in the power of individuals working together to bring about a better world in which uniqueness, fundamental human rights, and different states of consciousness are treasured." MindFreedom launched a MindFreedom Shield campaign against the involuntary psychiatric drugging and lock-up that Geetha experienced in 2010.
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