Human resources: 41 persons (Psychologists, Welfare Workers, Occupational Therapists, Supervisors, Educators, Youth Workers…).
1. Promote acquisition or recovery of necessary skills for life in community of the psychically disabled person.
2. Facilitate disease's acceptance and follow-up of the treatments.
3. Facilitate return to community for those people institutionalized.
4. Encourage social integration in community.
5. Reduce disease's social stigma.
6. Coordination and collaboration with other entities, such as Mental Health Units, Associations' Federations, Councils… to promote total assistance.
7. Campaigning for awareness in the community, providing information and promoting entities and people's active participation.