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1977

Project Release

We are silent no longer! The newsletter of Project Release vol. 1 no. 5

New York (N.Y.) - Featuring updates on activities, specifically the organiation's move to a larger headquarters, its establishment as a non-profit with tax exempt status and testimony presented to a joint state legislative hearing on mental hygiene. Including writing from Joyce Kasinsky, Larry Friedman, Frank Perino and David H. Briggs.

Cynthia Miller Papers

1982

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Autumn 1982 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning the showing of the antipsychiatry documentaries "Fit to be un-tied" and "Hurry Tomorrow", NAPA meetings schedule, an art exhibit that featured women having conversations (including a group of former psychiatric patients), information on shock treatment, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1980 July – 1980 Sept.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA July-September 1980 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning a mutual support network for former psychiatric patients, a petition against a new children's psychiatric wing at Walnut Creek Hospital, a pen pal club of the Bay Area Committee for Alternatives to Psychiatry, housing for Social Security recipients, the formation of WAPA (Women Against Psychiatric Assault), a friendship referral service, new regulations on voluntary patients' rights to refu... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1974 Aug.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA: An Organization of ex-patients, health workers, and concerned citizens

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning the work that NAPA does, including quotes from doctors and others about the mental health system. Attached is a proposal for a drop-in center for ex-mental patients.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1981

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Spring 1981 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning a thanks for donations, NAPA meetings, spring seminars on psychiatry as social control, an advertisement for the documentary "Hurry Tomorrow", and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1985

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Winter 1985 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA needs including their financial situation, the 1984 Berkeley election in light of the anti-psychiatry movement, the suing of Napa State Hospital by patients, the proposed homeless housing in a former army base, a women's support group, a South Carolina man who was locked in a mental hospital for protesting against it, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psy... more

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1982 Jan. – 1982 Mar.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA Jan-Feb-Mar 1982 newsletter

Berkeley (Calif.) - Concerning a demonstration against ECT in Berkeley and efforts to get the Berkeley City Council to ban shock therapy, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1976 May

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA May newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning opposition to unpaid labor of psychiatric patients in California, the North American Conference on Human Rights and Psychiatric Oppression, meetings about sterilization abuse, support groups, information about the drop-in center, information on psychiatric drugs, and other information.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1987 – 1993

National Association of Psychiatric Survivors

NAPS News

Sioux Falls (S.D.) - A compilation of newsletters of the National Association of Psychiatric Survivors (formerly National Alliance of Mental Patients), covering topics relating to the anti-psychiatric movement, including conferences and events, poetry and letters from readers, political and medical news, demonstrations, book reviews, abuse and forced treatment, articles, and alternatives to the mental health care system.

Judi Chamberlin Papers

1977 Mar.

Network Against Psychiatric Assault

NAPA March newsletter

San Francisco (Calif.) - Concerning NAPA open houses, the cancellation of the legal services project, a protest of the Metropolitan State Hospital against the deaths of patients as a result of forced psychiatry, the planning of demonstrations against psychosurgery and electroshock therapy, and other information related to the work of the Network Against Psychiatric Assault.

Judi Chamberlin Papers