The Psychiatric Patient Care Law came to enhance the preservation of the rights of mental patients and their health care in light of the resulting developments in mental health concepts and modern treatment methods associated with them, and the legislation provided for a number of resources for the Mental Health Fund.
The fund’s resources consist of the following:
1- What may be allocated to the fund from the state’s general budget in the funding section of the funds and accounts for the unified treasury account.
2 – Fees for registering mental health facilities in the records of the Regional Council for Mental Health, with a maximum of (30,000 pounds) for each facility paid in cash or by any electronic payment method.
3 – A decree shall be issued by the Minister in charge of health according to the number of the establishment’s family, and the executive regulations of this law specify the conditions and necessary procedures in this regard.
4 – The outcome of mental health stamps due for obtaining medical certificates and reports, which are determined by a decision of the minister in charge of health, at a rate of (30 pounds) for the certificate or report.
5 – What leads to admission to treatment in mental health facilities, which is determined by a decision of the Minister in charge of health at a rate of one hundred and fifty pounds to be paid by the facility in cash or by an electronic means of payment for each case of admission to treatment.
6 – Gifts, bequests, and donations accepted by the board of directors of the fund, and disbursement from this proceeds for the following purposes:
40% for independent evaluation procedures.
30% for training.
10% for conducting awareness campaigns on mental health in the community.
10% to support patient rights committees.
5% for attendance allowances for members of mental health councils.
– 5% incentives for mental health workers.