Human Values and Mental Health Foundation

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İnsani Değerler ve Ruh Sağlığı Vakfı
AbbreviationİDER
FormationMarch 20, 2003; 16 years ago (2003-03-20)
TypeNGO
Legal statusFoundation
PurposePreserving individual and collective soul, health.
HeadquartersÜmraniye, Istanbul, Turkey
Chairperson
Nevzat Tarhan
Main organ
Board of directors
Websitewww.ider.org

The Human Values and Mental Health Foundation (Turkish: İnsani Değerler ve Ruh Sağlığı Vakfı) is a non-governmental charitable organization in Turkey. It was established on March 20, 2003 by the Turkish psychiatrist and medical scientist Nevzat Tarhan . The foundation is active in the fields of education, healthcare and culture.[1]

The board of directors is currently chaired by Nevzat Tarhan.

Education[edit]

Üsküdar University

Health[edit]

NPİSTANBUL Neuropsychiatry Hospital.

Publications[edit]

PsikoHayat Magazine


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