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The Fellowships team is completing the onboarding process for 92 new APA/APAF Fellows among nine different APA/APAF Fellowships. These fellows will join 87 second-year fellows to become the largest fellowship class in APA history.
The APA Foundation's Center for Workplace Mental Health is thrilled to announce the launch of the new video series, “Let’s Talk: Mental Health Works.”
View the recording of the Foundation's Q&A panel discussion for the new documentary Cured, hosted on June 23 after a screening of the film. Thanks to our panelists and supporters, the discussion was engaging and informative.
The Foundation launched a Special Topics Small Research Grant program for APAF-funded Fellows. The program provides grants to incoming and current Fellows interested in research related to the impact of structural racism/racial discrimination.
APA Foundation's School and Justice Initiatives Team is excited to announce that they are expanding the reach of their school-based mental health professional development program.
In a year that started with so many challenges but ended with so much hope, we are grateful for the Foundation’s generous donors, corporate and foundation partners who made our work possible! View the interactive, digital 2020 Impact Report.
Were you inspired by Dr. Chester Pierce? Send us a story or testimonial about how Dr. Pierce and his work impacted you personally or professionally and consider making a pledge to the endowment campaign for the Chester Pierce Human Rights Award.
APA Foundation's Center for Workplace Mental Health recently wrote about how negative emotional and physical experiences stemming from race can have a direct impact on the mental health of people from underrepresented populations.
View our panel discussion with the stars of the HBO documentary, Ernie and Joe: Crisis Cops, which follows San Antonio police officers Ernie and Joe as they work to divert people away from jail and into mental health treatment, one 911 call at a time.
On May 12, JPLI held its inaugural leadership summit celebrating judicial and psychiatric leadership to improve outcomes for people with behavioral health needs, and included the presentation of the Judge Stephen S. Goss Memorial Award.