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An officer throws water onto a mental health patient at a shaman clinic on May 10, 2014 in Tasikmalaya, Indonesia. Pour water on a regular basis to patients part of therapy. The Mentari Hati Foundation set up the mental health rehabilitation centre in a former bus terminal. They largely take in patients with mental health issues who have no support network. A shortage of trained health workers, lack of treatment options and widespread misconceptions about mental illness in Indonesia have led…

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Mental health patients are in isolation rooms on May 9, 2014 in Tasikmalaya, Indonesia. Mentari Hati Foundation set up a mental health rehabilitation in a former bus terminal. They only take in patients with mental health issues who have been discarded by their families. A shortage of trained health workers, lack of treatment options and widespread misconceptions about mental illness in Indonesia have led to reports of abusive treatment, with families often abandoning mentally ill relatives…

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Mental health patients mingle while sunbathing at a shaman clinic on May 10, 2014 in Tasikmalaya, Indonesia. The Mentari Hati Foundation set up the mental health rehabilitation centre in a former bus terminal. They largely take in patients with mental health issues who have no support network. A shortage of trained health workers, lack of treatment options and widespread misconceptions about mental illness in Indonesia have led to reports of abusive treatment, with families often abandoning…

A mental health patients is in a isolation room on May 9, 2014 in Tasikmalaya, Indonesia. Mentari Hati Foundation set up a mental health rehabilitation in a former bus terminal. They only take in patients with mental health issues who have been discarded by their families. A shortage of trained health workers, lack of treatment options and widespread misconceptions about mental illness in Indonesia have led to reports of abusive treatment, with families often abandoning mentally ill…