Join us on Saturday, May 16 for our annual benefit event to support our public education and research initiatives. Tickets are on sale now!
The Partnership for Workplace Mental Health promotes the business case for quality mental health care, including early recognition, access to care, and effective treatment.
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?® School Mental Health Education Program.
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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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THE ICU PROGRAM LAUNCHES:
This awareness campaign to decrease the stigma associated with the topic of mental health was recently made available to employers across the country by our Partnership for Workplace Mental Health.
A MENTALLY HEALTHY NATION:
Each year, the work of the American Psychiatric Foundation is supported by generous donations by individuals like you. Won't you consider supporting our work by making a tax-deductible gift?
Our Helping Hands Grant program is now accepting applications from medical schools to implement mental health and substance use disorder projects led by medical students. The deadline for the 2015-2016 school year is June 8, 2015.
Mental Health Works is a free quarterly publication focused on mental health in the workplace, published by our Partnership for Workplace Mental Health program.
The First Quarter 2015 issue features:
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