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 Nutrition and Mental Health Research Fund will support research and education on the ability of multi-nutrient treatments to reverse and prevent the onset of psychiatric symptoms. It seeks to raise an initial $1,000,000 for its first round of research grants.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
New communities ready for donors. The research and development team’s project to bring Hearing Voices peer support groups to hundreds of communities across the United States is in full swing, sending trainers into the field to equip group facilitators in five regions of the U.S. and fostering the creation of a stronger regional and local infrastructure of trained facilitators over the long term. Communities interested in sponsoring a training in their area are encouraged to contact Caroline Mazel-Carlton, Training Coordinator, at 413.539.5941 x316 or Caroline@westernmassrlc.org to learn about costs and training requirements.
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, researchers are also collecting and analyzing survey data from group participants to create a research base that explains the safety and effectiveness of the Hearing Voices approach and motivates health care agencies and insurers to help make Hearing Voices groups accessible in every neighborhood in America.Read More
A $500,000 fund ready for donors. This is the first long-term study assessing the medical and economic effectiveness of the Disease-Centered Model (DCM) and the Patient-Centered Approach (PCA). It will assist in reducing the cost of treatment, improving the outcome and quality of life for patients suffering from Anxiety, Depression and Bipolar Disorders who failed to respond to conventional treatments. Founded by Michael Gurevich, HolisticMD, New York.Read More
A fund ready for donors. Early psychosis treatment is a key component of making recovery the new mainstream, and it is just one of the research areas supported by this fund named in honor of Dr. Bill Anthony. ABC anchorman Ted Koppell characterized Anthony’s work at Boston University as a model program: “a small beacon of sanity in dealing with [these] problems.”Read More
A fund ready for donors. The RxISK Fund supports the collection, analysis and publishing of patient data and related narratives of experiences with medications to promote recovery and make medicines safer for all of us through the integration of the best research data with clinical expertise and patient values.Read More