Most of these “mental health social entrepreneurships” give people really menial jobs. It’s like, sure, we’ll help you get to work, as long as you want to be a janitor or a housekeeper or clean up cow poop at the dairy. In fact, RedF, a social entrepreneurship accelerator, almost exclusively focuses on giving people menial jobs. We applied to them for “supported entrepreneurship,” instead of “supported employment,” of course they rejected us. And, evidence-based supported employment programs lets people choose their job. I’d be careful about giving La Fageda too much hype, their model doesn’t really reduce stigma.