ABSTRACT The paper focused on the right to health of mentally ill persons in Ghana with the research area being the New Jerusalem Chapel in Ghana. The research aimed at finding out how the right to health of mentally ill persons was being fulfilled in the New Jerusalem chapel in particular and Ghana as a whole by focusing on health care and the determinants of health. The study also concerned itself with the particular agency that has the obligation to respect, protect and promote the health rights of mentally ill persons in Ghana. The research question that the study aimed to answer is whether religious beliefs and economic factors influence mentally ill persons right to health in Ghana. Empirical data was collected through interviews and observations with the help of simple convenience and purposive sampling techniques used to select respondents from CHRAJ, mentally ill persons, and caretakers of mentally ill persons. By analyzing data collected from the survey with human rights principles and theories, it was found out that; religious beliefs and economic constraints are likely to cause a violation of the right to health of mentally ill persons in Ghana.