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The Mental Health Watchdog: Investigating & Exposing Human Rights Violations


Coming to Nashville! Visit "Industry of Death" - the travelling exhibit showing the gruesome history of psychiatry.

Cost: Free
Grand Opening: Sunday Aug 25, 1pm
Exhibit Open: Aug 25-28, 10am-4pm
Location: 1401 9th Ave N

Victim of Brain Stimulation?

Do you know someone who has been damaged by experimental psychiatric treatments including transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), vagus nerve stimulation (VNS), deep brain stimulation (DBS) or any other electric shock or magnetic wave to the brain? Report abuse.

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Become part of the largest movement for mental health reform in the world! CCHR’s mission is to protect children and adults from harmful psychiatric drugs, brain devices, treatments and stigmatizing labels being spearheaded by a multi-billion dollar psychiatric industry that puts profit above patients’ lives.

How your membership helps

Your membership helps us reach the millions of people in Tennessee and surrounding areas, so we can raise public awareness of the human rights abuse perpetrated by psychiatrists. We reach out to uncover and document psychiatric abuse so law enforcement and regulatory agencies can take action.

As a non-profit mental health watchdog, CCHR relies on memberships and donations in order to continue its mission. Donations of any amount are appreciated and are tax-deductible. Those donating $25 or more will automatically become a Member of CCHR.

Membership privileges

Members of CCHR Nashville are alerted when psychiatrists are “caught in the act” in Tennessee. Members get the first opportunity to purchase new CCHR gear, and get a free T-Shirt when they volunteer at CCHR activities.

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CCHR Nashville is a qualified 501(c)(3) organization. All contributions are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.