EFPA participation in EU funded projects

Organisations such as universities that wish to initiate a proposal for an EU funded project involving EFPA are asked to send a brief description of the envisaged project, or a preliminary draft application, to the EFPA Head Office at a date well before the submission deadline (not less than 6 weeks).

The link to the online questionnaire is available here.


Ongoing projects


H-Work project has the purpose of designing, implementing and validating effective multi-level assessment and intervention toolkits, evaluating individual and organisational outcomes of the adopted measures and provide further innovative products and services.

The aim is to effectively promote mental health, along with policy recommendations for employers, occupational health professionals and policy makers.

The H-WORK project started in January 2020 and finished September 2023.

Mental Health at work platform and more deliverables of H-WORK here

More about presentation of the H-Work project here


Past projects


INclusive Holistic care for REfugee and migrant victims of sexual violence in Belgium, UK and Ireland 

The general aim of the INHeRE project is to improve inclusive, holistic care for  MAR (Migrants, Applicants for international protection and Refugees) victims of sexual violence, regardless of their age, gender, sexual orientation and/or legal status by strengthening the capacity of multi-sector frontline professionals. To make care pathways inclusive for all MAR victims, specific attention is paid to MAR victims who are male, LGBTQIA+ and/or victims of trafficking.

The project ran from November 2019 till October 2021.

More about presentation and results of the INHeRE project here


LaRge-scalE implemention of COmmunity-based mental health care for people with seVere and Enduring mental ill health in EuRopE

The overall goal of the RECOVER-E project is to contribute to the implementation of and research on an evidence-based community-based service delivery model for recovery-oriented care in five sites in middle-income countries (Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, and Romania) to improve functioning, quality of life, and mental health outcomes for people with severe and enduring mental ill health (such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and/or severe depression).

The project ran from January 2018 till December 2021.

More about presentation and results of the RECOVER-E project here