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In every program and initiative we back, we focus on the pressure points of community mental health, reaching as many people as possible by connecting with them where they learn, work, live and pray.
Our community-based programs reach underserved groups through their faith leaders, medical students in their local schools, and local mental health experts and organizations. Our impact is amplified when we partner with community leaders and support local mental health education initiatives, allowing us to be a national organization with a finger on the pulse of local community mental health.
Recognizing outstanding psychiatrists, health professionals, mental health programs and community organizations that have undertaken innovative, supportive efforts.
While mental illnesses can affect persons of any age, race, religion or income level, a heightened need exists for improved mental health education and assistance in under-served communities.
Fostering education, awareness and compassion so faith leaders can best support their congregations' mental health needs.
At the APA Foundation, we focus on the nation's most pressing social mental health issues across our society.
By providing resources to teachers, we can help connect millions of children affected by mental illness to care.
We help employers understand mental health parity law and create an accepting workplace wellness culture.
The U.S. correctional system is the nation's top provider of inpatient psychiatric care. We need to change that.
Keep up with the latest APA Foundation mental health news, events, and volunteer opportunities.
2018's Annual Report details innovative program developments, new partnerships, and community investment and outreach that advance our mission.
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The 2020 APA Annual Meeting will be held in Philadelphia, April 25 - 29, 2020.
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