The Partnership for Workplace Mental Health works with businesses to ensure that employees and their families living with mental illness, including substance use disorders, receive effective care.
More than 70,000 teachers and other school staff have been educated to recognize the warning signs of mental illness through the Typical or Troubled?TM School Mental Health Education Program.
For some, instead of happiness, the holiday season can be filled with stress, anxiety, or worry. A donation to the APF can help bring hope and education to those with mental illnesses.
Are you, or someone you know, in emotional distress or crisis?
Click here for a list of resources to get help.
CREATE A MENTALLY HEALTHY NATION
Every penny raised by the APF supports research, education, training, and other initiatives to advance mental health.
Your online donation means funds are immediately available to support APF's research and education.
GIFTS LARGE AND SMALL.
Our Annual Fund relies on you to make your mark on psychiatry through an unrestricted gift to help support the APF's research and programs.
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PROGRAM FEATURED ON NBC:
Our Typical or Troubled?TM School Mental Health Education program was recently featured on "NBC Nightly News". See the footage by clicking the "learn more" button below.
STRESS AND RESILIENCE...
Our Partnership for Workplace Mental Health program recently released a new white paper providing practical information for employers on stress and resilience in the workplace.
MINORITY MENTAL HEALTH:
The application for the Foundation's Awards for Advancing Minority Mental Health is coming soon! The Awards will be presented on Saturday, May 3, 2014 at the Intrepid Museum in New York City.
The Right Direction program is a workplace educational initiative designed to help motivate employees and their families to seek help when needed, and to provide employers with appropriate support, tools and resources.
Since the program launch in May, more than 1,000 companies across the nation have downloaded or requested the Field Guide. Each Field Guide includes a step-by-step implementation plan, approach to sharing the business case with the C-suite, educational presentations, as well as corresponding promotional resources.
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If you, or someone you know is in suicidal crisis or emotional distress, click here for a list of resources.