• Memhrep identifies people with mental-related illness from the streets.
  • Asesses their level of mental incapability by appropriate experts and sectioning them into groups.
  • Provides good hygiene, good grooming, catering and allocates a better shelter.
  • Ensures clients receive appropriate medical treatment, counselling, spiritual, emotional and moral support.
  • As the clients recover, the project prepares a resettlement plan by providing the necessary skills for employment and housing to reintegrate them back into the community.


Typical Resettlement plan includes:
  • Regular welfare visits
  • Providing temporary accommodation
  • Help with training for work
  • Help getting employment or voluntary work
  • Help with personal management (e.g. budgeting)
  • Assisting client to acquire a permanent or family home
  • Getting help from other agencies
  • Support for clients to get furniture & household equipment at the new home
  • Assistance in initial payment of electricity and water bills
  • Escorting client to their meetings (if required) with other agencies, as an advocate
  • Help recovered client to register with local doctor through Health Insurance Scheme
  • Educating family and friends on their re-union with recovered clients

It is the organisation’s goal to empower the life of the recovered clients in their safe reintegration in the local community.

We also carry out valid, effective and much-needed research that listens to our clients in order to educate people’s perspective concerning mental health and evaluate our successes and failures.