A fund ready for donors. The Global Mental Health Fund provides mentors and funding to health programs in low and middle-income countries to establish and assess psychiatric rehabilitation models that are tailored to the unique needs of each community.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Gnosis House Retreat Fund will establish a residential house in San Francisco or other Bay Area community based on the R.D. Laing model offering sanctuary and community to those seeking to move through mental, emotional and spiritual distress with minimal or no use of medication. The fund seeks to raise $500,000.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Returning Veterans Fund will support the development of recovery services and supports for military veterans and their families.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Reclaiming Childhood Program Development and Research Fund will support programs which help families move beyond the current pharmaceutically-focused model of mental health and apply more holistic approaches in their daily efforts to help social, emotional, and behaviorally-challenged children.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Adverse Childhood Experiences Prevention Fund will assist programs dedicated to preventing the causes of Adverse Childhood Experiences that lead to mental health challenges and will partner with existing organizations to increase the availability of care for children that addresses trauma, builds resiliency and does not rely on prescription drugs.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Advocates Inc. Collaborative Pathway Fund will enable the Collaborative Pathway team to serve families of ordinary means by supplementing their health insurance with philanthropic support. Fund donations will also support the necessary research to show the safety, effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of this clinical model so that it can be adopted by communities across the nation and the world.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Inner Fire Fund will launch a proactive, healing community at Grace Brook Farm in Brookline, Vermont, offering a choice for people to recover from debilitating and traumatic life challenges without the use of psychotropic medications. Donations will cover the cost of capital construction ($715K) and implementation personnel ($140K) as well as the projected cash-flow deficit during the ramp-up stage of operations (about $525,000 which could be financed with a charitable no-interest loan). | Winter NewsletterRead More
A fund ready for donors. The International Leadership Academy Fund aims to prepare persons with lived experiences of mental ill health and recovery to take on leadership roles within their own local, regional, and national systems of care across the globe.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Intentional Peer Support Fund will speed the expansion of its innovative peer support curriculum to serve a wider variety of cultures and provide scholarships to people who would otherwise not be able to access the training. It hopes to raise $50,000 in 2015.Read More
A fund ready for donors.The Families Healing Together Scholarship Fund helps families for whom the cost of class registration is a barrier to accessing this life-changing recovery education and support.
Families Healing Together is an online leader in the delivery of a new kind of mental health education, providing interactive, self-paced classes and a supportive community focused on recovery.
A project ready for donors. Mental health clinicians and researchers at UMass Medical School are in the midst of adapting the Finnish Open Dialogue model for use in the United States. It is an innovative, recovery-oriented, clinical intervention that has been demonstrated to help individuals in acute psychiatric crises to find recovery.
A fund ready for donors. Open Path Psychotherapy Collective is a network of like-minded mental health clinicians dedicated to reaching individuals and families who can neither afford therapy sessions nor qualify for government aid. The Collective matches participating clinicians with individuals in need of local, in-office mental health care at a steeply reduced rate.Read More
A fund ready for donors. The Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy, Education & Living supports research, education, publications and conferences that foster caring, respectful human relationships. Founded by psychiatrist Peter R. Breggin, MD, and Ginger Ross Breggin. Visit www.EmpathicTherapy.org.Read More