Clearwater Community Volunteers help prepare underserved kids for the new school year at a back-to-school bash in downtown Clearwater, hosted by the Church of Scientology.
Youth for Human Rights India chapter supports the initiative to end the selective aborting of female fetuses and killing of newborn baby girls.
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.
With 8.4 million children prescribed psychiatric drugs in the U.S. alone, Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR) Florida is calling on the FDA to investigate drugging for so-called ADHD
Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights and the Church of Scientology Nashville organized a World Mental Health Day "lunch and learn"
Citizens Commission on Human Rights Florida protests at Florida Psychiatric Society annual meeting
The public must be informed of the effects of mental health drugs, say experts speaking at the exhibition's opening
Left behind when their parents left the country in search of employment, a generation of Latvian children were growing up without the traditional values they needed to guide them in life, until a teacher discovered The Way to Happiness and began a campaign to reach her country's youth with this common sense moral code.
A Johannesburg life coach used The Truth About Drugs to reach a young man who was bent on destroying his future—his addiction to sniffing glue was dominating his life. Her care and the no-nonsense approach of these materials combined to help the boy take stock of what he was doing and take control of his life, which is now taking a completely different direction.
Youth for Human Rights Nigeria President Pascal Nwoga shares his passion for the welfare of the young people of his country and why he is committed to human rights education.
On the heels of Friday's news about Georgia psychiatrist Narendra Nagareddy and the death of his patients, Citizens Commission on Human Rights opens the Psychiatry An Industry of Death touring exhibit in Atlanta's Piedmont Park. The exhibit documents the pseudoscience and sordid history of psychiatry, showing that the crimes of Dr. Death, as Nagareddy is now being called, are not so unusual in the psychiatric industry.
At the annual convention of the American Psychiatric Association in Atlanta, Georgia, diverse organizations including the Nation of Islam, NAACP, Black Lives Matter, 10,000 Fearless Men and Concerned Black Clergy joined CCHR (Citizens Commission on Human Rights) in a demonstration to demand the ban of shock treatment on children.
Mental health watchdog Citizens Commission on Human Rights will be protesting the American Psychiatric Association (APA) in Atlanta, Georgia on May 14th to oppose their recent push to reclassify electroshock devices to include its use on children. CCHR was established in 1969 by the Church of Scientology and psychiatrist Thomas Szasz as a non-religious, non-political mental health watchdog.
Some 1,500 visitors attended the 27th annual Drug-Free Marshals Christmas Festival, cosponsored by the Church of Scientology of Toronto and the Foundation for a Drug-Free World with the help of local businesses. The festival featured toys, entertainment, arts & crafts, cookie decorating, raffles and a Truth About Drugs essay contest for children and teens.
Human rights activists descended on Taipei City Hall in Taiwan to march in protest of psychiatry's abuse of children.
For the past 23 years, Winter Wonderland has served over 100,000 families of Tampa Bay and beyond with its charmingly decorated Santa's village transformed into a child's magical playground of Holiday fun. On the 4th of December at 6:00 pm, City officials will join Santa and the Clearwater Community Volunteers to plug in the lights of Winter Wonderland.