Beyond recovery: towards rights-based mental health care

Recently, the recovery movement in mental health, among other transformative movements, has begun to promote citizenship, both as a tool of participation and therapeutic intervention, and social prescription to expand the range of therapeutic options of primary health practice. and mental. This process has been carried out by strengthening the links between health services and community resources. We perceive a need to increase the participation of civil society, particularly the movements in the first person, for a focus on rights and respect for the values of users.