Citizens Commission on Human Rights Featured in Nashville

Nashville, Tennessee, 4th July 2024, ZEX PR WIRE, The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) participated last weekend in a vibrant event in Nashville where they helped community members gain valuable information about parents’ rights in mental health.

Many representatives from CCHR were present to distribute informative materials and answer questions about parents’ rights regarding mental health. The organization is dedicated to protecting individuals from abusive or coercive mental health practices and ensuring that parents are fully informed about their rights and options when it comes to the mental health care of their children.

CCHR invited all attendees to visit their exhibit, where they learned more about their rights, received educational materials, and discussed any concerns about mental health practices. Additionally, informative documentaries played right there on the spot to help people understand abusive mental health practices and understand how they can take action.

Having wrapped up their presence in Nashville, CCHR is now moving on with its traveling exhibit, next going to Georgia, Ohio, and Texas, but will likely revisit Tennessee soon.

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About the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR):

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights is a nonprofit organization dedicated to investigating and exposing psychiatric violations of human rights. Established in 1969, CCHR works to protect individuals from abusive or coercive practices and advocates for the rights of mental health patients and their families.

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