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Lee Thompson Young's sister, Tamu Lewis, and mother, Dr. Velma Love, created the foundation to promote mental health literacy through its vision and mission...
We envision a world in which mental illness is recognized by all as a treatable, biopsychosocial disorder and the stigma associated with it no longer exists; a world that supports and encourages wholeness and well being at every stage of life.
We are dedicated to erasing the stigma associated with mental illness, advancing holistic health treatments and improving the lives of all those impacted.
Our organization disseminates information to the general public, supports research and sponsors youth programming that strengthens support systems and promotes well being.
Team Luke Hope For Minds exists to enrich the lives of children with a brain injury and give hope to their families through support and education. We are a non-profit in Texas that supports families with children who have suffered an acquired brain injury. At the heart of our services is the conviction that the health and well-being of these children can improve over time if families have access to educational materials, therapeutic services, and adaptive equipment for their children. Our goals are to help families pay for items not covered or partially covered by insurance, provide emotional support, advocacy and education, as well as build support communities.
LookUp (LookUpIndiana.org) is a free online resource providing mental and behavioral health information and resources, while also offering stigma-reducing messaging. Users can search for mental health providers and support groups in Indiana nearest to them, get information on mental health topics, keep up-to-date on recent mental health news and blog posts, check for upcoming trainings and events and find 24/7 crisis help. LookUp provides information helpful to various demographics as well, including faith-communities, schools, workplace, medical providers, parents, and youth. For 24/7 help, text LOOKUP to 494949, or chat online.
LookUp is also home to the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative. Working alongside school districts and their community partners, we provide resources, training, and advocacy to build their capacity to promote the social, emotional, behavioral, mental, and physical health of Indiana’s school-age children and youth with the goal of increasing school engagement and improving educational and life outcomes. Visit the Indiana School Mental Health Initiative at https://lookupindiana.org/schools/.
Established in 1908, Mental Health Connecticut (MHC) is the longest standing nonprofit organization dedicated to the improvement of mental health for the residents of our state. With facilities in Stamford, Bridgeport, Danbury, Waterbury, Torrington, and West Hartford, we are committed to delivering the highest quality services to our program participants as well as providing resources and information to the general public through our community education offerings.
Since its founding, MHC has been a leader in mental health reform through its advocacy efforts on both the state and federal levels. Following in the footsteps of our founder, Clifford W. Beers, we’ve continued to push toward a future where individuals with mental health conditions are treated fairly and have access to the key supports for wellness: Home, Health, Purpose, and Community.
The M.S. degree in clinical psychology at FHSU has a long history of preparing students for entry into the professional of clinical psychology. Completion of the program will prepare you for licensure as a master’s level psychologist in the state of Kansas and other states. Master’s level psychologists conduct psychotherapy, psychological assessment, and other professional functions in a variety of settings, including community mental health centers, private practices, psychiatric hospitals, and various types of residential treatment centers. In addition to preparing you for master’s level licensure, the program also prepares you for future doctoral study.
A Fresh Chapter is a non-profit organization that facilitates life-changing volunteer and leadership experiences to empower individuals both in the U.S. and abroad impacted by cancer. AFC programs blend volunteerism and meaningful travel to connect cancer patients and caregivers around the globe, and focus on healing the often over-looked emotional scars left by cancer. AFC’s perspective-shifting journeys to places like India, Peru and Kenya help participants reframe adversity and discover a new perspective and purpose in their lives.
AMSSA is a unique province-wide association that strengthens over 70 member agencies as well as hundreds of community stakeholder agencies who serve immigrants and newcomers, and build culturally inclusive communities, with the knowledge, resources and support they need to fulfill their mandates.
Vision: A just and equitable society in which everyone benefits from social and economic inclusion.
Mission: AMSSA facilitates collaborative leadership, knowledge exchange and stakeholder engagement to support agencies that serve immigrants and build culturally inclusive communities.
Values: Inclusiveness, Integrity, Mutual Respect, Equity, Diversity, Collaboration.
Experience: Since 1977 AMSSA has been providing a diverse range of settlement and integration support and capacity building services including developing and facilitating networking and training events and producing highly relevant information resources. AMSSA also convenes a broad range of BC interest and stakeholders groups to discuss and collaborate on immigration, economic and BC community inclusion issues. AMSSA is also one of the first organizations in the sector to frequently use technology as a cost effective, highly accessible engagement model to distribute information and promote dialogue. All of our settlement and integration capacity building activities are infused with innovative approaches, and are based on AMSSA’s deep values of inclusiveness, integrity and collaboration.
The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention is dedicated to saving lives and bringing hope to those affected by suicide. AFSP creates a culture that’s smart about mental health through education and community programs, develops suicide prevention through research and advocacy, and provides support for those affected by suicide. Led by CEO Robert Gebbia and headquartered in New York, and with a public policy office in Washington, D.C., AFSP has local chapters in all 50 states with programs and events nationwide. AFSP celebrates 30 years of service to the suicide prevention movement.
Learn more about AFSP in its latest Annual Report, and join the conversation on suicide prevention by following AFSP on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.
The LifeLine Canada Foundation (TLC) is a registered non-profit committed to positive mental health and suicide prevention in Canada and Worldwide. The Foundation works on initiatives such as: The LifeLine Mobile App (The Free National Suicide Prevention and Awareness App) and Companion Paws. The LifeLine Canada website is both a platform for information about the Foundation’s initiatives as well as a one stop portal, through which an extensive amount of information, intervention and postvention education, resources, guides, pattern interrupts, tools and more are right at one’s fingertips.
The mission of Lucy’s Love Bus™ is to improve quality of life for children with cancer and life-threatening illness, to support their families, and to mobilize the next generation of cancer activists. Lucy's Love Bus pays for integrative therapies for children with cancer in New England, and holds programs and workshops in Amesbury, MA open to the families of children with cancer, life-threatening illness, or chronic medical conditions not developmental in nature.