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Millions of teens are affected by mental illness in America each year. By providing resources to teachers, we can help connect adolescents to care.
Early recognition and effective mental health treatment can make a lasting difference in a teen's well-being. Teachers and school personnel are often the first to notice the signs of changes in behavior that can accompany a mental health disorder.
At the APA Foundation, we focus on the nation's most pressing social mental health issues across our society.
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.
In every program and initiative we back, we connect with people where they learn, work, live and pray.
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The American Psychiatric Association Foundation is proud to be a partner of SAMHSA's Voice Awards each year, and 2018's event on August 8 at UCLA’s Royce Hall was a celebration of achievements in mental health awareness and representation.
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