According to reports, there are over 19 million people with psychosocial disabilities in Indonesia.
At Galuh Foundation, Bekasi, Java, Indonesia: men and woman have been living in this cage separated by a wire wall for not less than nine years. Because, there was no housing.
While talking about the inadequate access to decent treatment and medication, and how their little hope of ever getting well fade away; Reese said majority of those held in the facilities are yet to be diagnosed.
“There are still doctors that use only one prescription and one diagnosis – insane,” Reese adds.