Citizens commission on human rights

Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights educated parents on how to help children with attention issues. The presentation was a "lunch and learn" seminar at the Nashville Church of Scientology.

 

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  • Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Nashville (CCHR Nashville) wants Tennessee law amended to outlaw electroshock, especially on children.   Nashville, TN, May 11, 2018 /PressReleasePing/ - When members of the American Psychiatric Association (APA) arrived in New York for their annual meeting recently, they faced hundreds of human rights activists marching against the use of electroshock treatment (ECT)—up to 460 volts of electricity sent through the brain—especially on...

  • Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Nashville (CCHR Nashville) participated at the National Student Nurses Association convention with a booth and information for students on the dangers of psychotropic drugs.   Nashville, TN, May 04, 2018 /PressReleasePing/ - Over 78 million people are taking psychiatric drugs in the United States alone, according to IMS Health, a company that provides information, services and technology for the healthcare industry. Of that number, 1 million are children...

  • The Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Nashville (CCHR Nashville) has been hard at work to spread information to parents on their basic rights so they can help their children.    Nashville, TN, March 09, 2018 /PressReleasePing/ - The Citizens Commission on Human Rights Nashville Chapter (CCHR Nashville) is working to educate parents on their basic rights as they relate to their children's mental health and well-being. To do this, volunteers have been to several recent events and...

  • Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights educated parents on how to help children with attention issues. The presentation was a "lunch and learn" seminar at the Nashville Church of Scientology.   Nashville, TN, October 13, 2017 /PressReleasePing/ - The Nashville chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) held a "lunch and learn" to educate parents on how to help their children overcome "attention deficit" issues without harmful drugs. The seminar was held Oct. 10...