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How do I get free MFI news public email alerts?

Sign-up here to get a periodic email with the latest human rights news, a free public service of MindFreedom International.

 

MindFreedom Free Public E-News Alerts

 

To sign up for these free, public, occasional news alerts, click here.

 

 

Background about our free public alert sytem:


This free public alert list activates thousands of interested people internationally about actions for human rights and alternatives in the mental health system.

You may sign up for the free MindFreedom E-News announcements whether or not you are a MindFreedom member.

Over the years, this alert system has resulted in dozens of successful actions to win human rights campaigns.

You may view an archive of MindFreedom E-News alerts from March 2005 to present by month, by clicking here.

Your e-mail in-box will not get swamped by MindFreedom News e-mails. This is an occasional one-way announcement list only, with no discussion. The e-mail addresses are kept absolutely private and are never shared.

Please note this is MindFreedom's free e-mail list for the public. Being on this list does not necessarily mean you are a MindFreedom member.

If you join MindFreedom as a member, you can choose from more than a dozen member-only e-mail lists on a variety of subjects... as well as build strength in numbers, receive MindFreedom Journal, get a discount on the Mad Market, and more.

You can join MindFreedom International as a member by clicking here.

 

Tips about getting on the list

 

It's simple, just click here.

You'll be asked to enter your e-mail address, and to pick your own unique password used for that e-mail list, so that you may manage your settings yourself in the future. 

Any questions, just ask the MindFreedom: office (at) mindfreedom.org

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