PSYMEETMental Health Organizations and Their Events

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  Colombian National Committee of Psychology   


Contact:
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Colombian National Committee of Psychology
Apartado 88754
PO Box 91644
Bogotá
Colombia

+57/1/2567527
+57/1/2567527 fax

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  Colombian Society of Psychiatry   


Contact:


Colombian Society of Psychiatry
Carrera 18, Numero 84-87
Apartado 203
Apartado Aéreo 52053
Santafé de Bogota 2, DC
Colombia

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  Colorado Alliance for the Mentally Ill [AMI]   


Contact:


Colorado AMI
1100 Fillmore Street
Denver, CO 80206-3334

303/321-3104
303/321-0912 fax

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  Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health [CoAIMH]   

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Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health
c/o Lorraine Kubicek, PhD
Program for Early Developmental Studies
University of Colorado Health Sciences Center
4200 East 9th Avenue, C268-69
Denver, CO 80262

303/315-8546
303/315-6606 fax

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About:


The Colorado Association for Infant Mental Health [CoAIMH] was established in 2002.

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  Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [CAMFT]   

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Contact:


Colorado Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
1420 Abilene Drive
Broomfield CO

888/458-1713

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  Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council [CBHC]   

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Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council
1410 Grant Street
Suite A-301
Denver, CO 80203

303/832-7594
303/830-7132 fax

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The Colorado Behavioral Healthcare Council [CBHC] is a non-profit organization that represents Colorado’s statewide netword of community behavioral healthcare providers inclusive of 17 community mental health centers [MHCs], 2 >specialty clinics, and 5 behavioral health organizations [BHOs].

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  Colorado Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc [CCCG]   


Contact:


Colorado Council on Compulsive Gambling, Inc

303/436-3506
303/220-1911 ext 4

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  Colorado Division of Mental Health   

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  Colorado Group Psychotherapy Society   


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Colorado Group Psychotherapy Society
c/o Karen Drucker, Co-President
985 Morgan Drive
Boulder, CO 80303-2614

303/494-2227
303/494-3332 fax

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About:


The Colorado Group Psychotherapy Society is a local afflilate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association [AGPA].

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  Colorado Mental Health Counselors Association [CMHCA]   

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Colorado Mental Health Counselors Association
PMB 153
700 North Colorado Boulevard
Denver CO 80206-4036

303/692-8990

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The purpose of Colorado Mental Health Counselors Association [CMHCA] is to enhance individual human development by:
  • Promoting the profession of mental health counseling
  • Providing a system of information exchange among mental health counselors through educational and professional material
  • Providing programs to mental health counselors to update and enhance competencies
  • Providing public forum for mental health counselors to address the needs of their clients
  • Providing an alliance with counselors in other work settings to advance the profession of counseling
  • Promoting training standards for mental health counselors
  • Promoting scientific research and inquiry into mental concerns
  • Promoting liaison on the state and national levels with other mental health groups
  • Educating the public about the role of the mental health counselor
  • Promoting equitable licensure and certification for counselors at the state and national levels

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  Colorado Psychiatric Society   

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Colorado Psychiatric Society
6000 East Evans Avenue
Building 1, Suite 140
Denver, CO 80222

303/692-8783
303/692-8823 fax

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The Colorado Psychiatric Society is a district branch of the American Psychiatric Association.

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  Colorado Psychological Association   


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Colorado Psychological Association
720 Colorado Boulevard
Suite 465
Denver, CO 80222

303/692-9303

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  Colorado Society of School Psychologists [CSSP]   

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The Colorado Society of School Psychologists [CSSP] is a non-profit organization which addresses the psychological needs of students in the State of Colorado through its support of school psychologists. CSSP was founded in 1975.

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  Colorado School of Professional Psychology [COSPP]   

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Colorado School of Professional Psychology
555 East Pikes Peak Avenue #108
Colorado Springs, CO 80903

877/442-0505
719/389-0359 fax

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About:


The Colorado School of Professional Psychology [COSPP] was founded in 1998 to provide a professional graduate education in psychology that prepares individuals for the profession of psychology.

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  College of Psychiatrists of Ireland, (Coláiste Siciatraithe na hÉireann)   

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College of Psychiatrists of Ireland
5 Herbert Street
Dublin 2
Ireland

+353/1/661 8450
+353/1/662 9677 fax

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The College of Psychiatrists of Ireland represents the membership and professional interests of over 600 psychiatrists in the Republic of Ireland. One of its aims is to achieve a greater understanding of mental illness in order to overcome fear and prejudice. The College is the sole body recognised by the Medical Council and the HSE for Competence Assurance and Training in Psychiatry.

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  Columbia Academy of Psychodynamics [CAPsy]   

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Columbia Academy of Psychodynamics
4966 Reedy Brook Lane
Columbia, MD 21044-1514

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The Columbia Academy of Psychodynamics [CAPsy] has been meeting monthly since 1978 as a study group of The Washington School of Psychiatry.

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  Columbia University, Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research   

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Contact:


Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research
1051 Riverside Drive
New York NY 10032

212/927-5000


About:


The Columbia University Center for Psychoanalytic Training and Research is a psychoanalytic institute within the Department of Psychiatry. Center faculty members, graduates, and candidates constitute a significant segment of the departmental clinical staff and participate in the teaching, therapeutic, and research programs of the many divisions of the Department, including child psychiatry, clinical psychopharmacology, general psychiatry, community psychiatry, medical psychology, biometrics, and sociology, as well as having a major role in the medical school and residency training.

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  Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Center for Continuing Education   

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Center for Continuing Education
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
630 West 168th Street
Unit 39
New York, NY 10032

212/305-3334
212/781-6047 fax

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  Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, Department of Psychiatry   

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Contact:


{Department of Psychiatry
Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons
New York, NY 10032 }

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  Columbia University, Program in Narrative Medicine   

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Program in Narrative Medicine
630 West 168th Street, PH9E-105
New York, NY 10032

212/305-1952
212/305-9349 fax


About:


Through narrative training, the Program in Narrative Medicine helps physicians, nurses, social workers, mental health professionals, chaplains, social workers, academics, and all those interested in the intersection between narrative and medicine improve the effectiveness of care by developing these skills with patients and colleagues. The Program's research and outreach missions are conceptualizing, evaluating, and spear-heading these ideas and practices nationally and internationally.

The Program in Narrative Medicine offers a Master of Science track

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  Columbia Univesity, Seminars   

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University Seminars
305 Faculty House
400 West 117th Street MC2302
New York, NY 10027

212/854-2389
212/854-8248 fax

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About:


The Columbia University Seminars were founded in 1945 as a meeting ground for cross-disciplinary and inter-institutional inquiries, bringing together academia, policy makers and community practitioners. The seventy-five University Seminars at Columbia University offer sustained intellectual interaction across departmental boundaries. Each seminar acts as an autonomous and voluntary grouping of scholars and practitioners brought together under the auspices of Columbia University by their dedication to a particular line of investigation. The movement is not only interdisciplinary, but inter-institutional, and involves members of the community who might not otherwise participate in university activity. Professors and other experts from Columbia and elsewhere may join Seminars if invited as speakers, guests, or members.

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  Columbia University, Teachers College   

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Teachers College
West 120-th Street
New York, NY 10027

212/678-3000


About:


Founded in 1887 to provide a new kind of schooling for the teachers of poor, immigrant children in New York City, Teachers College to date has educated nearly 100,000 individuals from around the world. The College, through its programs, faculty and students, is concerned with teaching, learning and the promotion of mental and physical well-being across the lifespan and in a variety of settings, situations and institutions. In addition to preparing men and women for careers of professional service in schools, colleges, universities, clinics, hospitals, day-care centers, business organizations, community agencies, government bureaus and research facilities, the College provides opportunities for continuing professional development and training in these fields.

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  Comité Français pour la Réhabilitation Psychosociale [CFRP], (French Committee for Psychosocial Rehabilitation)   

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  Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities[CARF]   

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Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities
4891 East Grant Road
Tucson, AZ 85712

520/325-1044
520/325-1044 TDD
520/ 318-1129 fax


About:


CARF, is a private, not-for-profit organization founded in 1966. It provides nationally and internationally recognized accreditation for rehabilitation organizations, including those in behavioral healthcare.

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  Committee of Hispanic Psychiatrists   


Contact:


Committee of Hispanic Psychiatrists
APA Office of Minority/National Affairs
1400 K Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005

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  Common Bond Institute [CBI]   

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Common Bond Institute
12170 South Pine Ayr Drive
Climax, MI 49034

269/665-9393
269/665-9393 fax

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Common Bond Institute [CBI] is a US based non-governmental organization [NGO] that grew out of the Association for Humanistic Psychology's Soviet-American (International) Professional Exchange. Established in 1990,

CBI operates concrete projects to assist newly developing human service organizations in developing countries and the post-communist world. It organizes and sponsors professional exchanges in the US, as well as training programs in the Former Soviet Union. It also organizes and sponsors international conferences, and provides professional materials, equipment, and other direct humanitarian aid.

In 1992 CBI established and now co-sponsors the annual International Conference on Conflict Resolution in cooperation with Harmony Institute of Psychotherapy and Counseling of St Petersburg, Russia, occurring each May in St Petersburg and open to participants globally. These multi-disciplinary, practical conferences bring together hundreds of presenters and key participants from around the world for hands-on skills training in conflict resolution.

Current projects under development include:

  • An International Mediation and Conflict Resolution Training Project intended to provide intensive formal training experiences for professionals
  • A global computer conference to expand networking, processing, and follow-through, exchange training materials, provide support to participants, and in general support the Annual ICR Conference
  • Co-sponsoring an International Conference on Global Psychology and Trans-cultural Dialogue with Harmony Institute
  • Working to establish locally based professional post-graduate programs in psychology to assist in forming core mentor groups in Russia and the Former Soviet Union
  • An e-mail Clinical Consultation Project to offer essential professional consultation in psychotherapy to Russian and Lithuanian practitioners via e-mail

CBI is grounded in the application of humanistic psychology's principles and works to actively network and form strategic alliances with organizations and individuals committed to the recovery of post-communist and developing societies, and in nurturing global relationships as a whole at the grass-roots level.

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  Commonweal, Institute for the Study of Health and Illness [ISHI]   

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The Institute for the Study of Health and Illness [ISHI] provides professional development programs for physicians, medical students and other health professionals who work with people with life-threatening illnesses. It was founded in 1991 to promote a relationship-centered approach to the practice and teaching of medicine and to reclaim a deeper sense of personal meaning and satisfaction in clinical work.

ISHI is a project of Commonweal, a health and environmental research institute focused on:

  • People with cancer and health professionals who work with people with life-threatening illnesses
  • Children and young adults with learning and social difficulties, and the childcare professionals who work with them
  • The global search for a healthy and sustainable future

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  Commonwealth Association for Mental Handicap and Developmental Disabilities [CAMHADD], (Association du Commonwealth pour les Handicaps Mentaux et les Incapacites Liées au Developpement)   


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Commonwealth Association for Mental Handicap and Developmental Disabilities
c/o National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences (NIMHANS)
PB No 2900
Bangalore-560 029
India

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Commonwealth Association for Mental Handicap and Developmental Disabilities
36-A Osberton Place
Sheffield S11 8XL
United Kingdom

+44/114/268 2695
+44/114/267 8883 fax

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The Commonwealth Association for Mental Handicap and Developmental Disabilities [CAMHADD], founded in 1983, encourages research into prevention and amelioration of mentally handicapping conditions and developmental disabilities in developing countries, supports standards of care and promotes professional links between workers in different countries.

It holds regional workshops on prevention of mental handicap in developing countries and regional and Intercountry training workshops for trainers of birth attendants on prevention and management of birth asphyxia as an integral component of safe motherhood, and child survival. CAMHADD has introduced the Home-Based Maternal Record to promote safe motherhood and child survival.

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  Commonwealth Educational Seminars   

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Commonwealth Educational Seminars
1020 West Barnstable Road
Marstons Mills, MA 02648-1210

800/376-3345
508/428-8676
508/420-3360 fax

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Commonwealth Educational Seminars was formed in 1993

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  Commonwealth Institute, London   

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Commonwealth Institute
Kensington High Street
London W8 6NQ
United Kingdom

+44/20/7603 4535
+44/20/7602 7374 fax

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The Commonwealth Institute is an independent not-for-profit agency working to promote learning across the many cultures of the Commonwealth. It delivers education programmes to schools and its centre offers exhibitions and events. It also houses the Commonwealth Resource Centre and the Commonwealth Conference & Events Centre.

The Institute's mission is to work with young people across the Commonwealth so that they grow up inquisitive about other cultures as well as their own, at ease with diversity and confident as global citizens.

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  Commonwealth Medical Association [CMA]   

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Commonwealth Medical Association
c/o BMA House, Tavistock Square
London WC1H 9JP
United Kingdom

+44/20/7383 6095
+44/20/7383 6195 fax

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The Commonwealth Medical Association [CMA] is a non-governmental organisation {NGO whose membership includes national medical associations of Commonwealth countries.

The main objective of the CMA is to strengthen the capacity of medical and other health professional associations in developing countries to promote the health and well-being of their communities.

The activitis of the CMA involve women's and youth health, sexual and reproductive health and the ethical and human rights implications of providing health information and services. }

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  Committee of Psychoanalytic and Psychotherapeutic Publications & Organizations [C3PO]   

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  Communication Institute for Online Scholarship [CIOS]   

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Communication Institute for Online Scholarship
PO Box 57
Rotterdam Junction, NY 12150

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The Communication Institute for Online Scholarship [CIOS] is a not-for-profit organization supporting the use of computer technologies in the service of communication scholarship and education.

The CIOS is an organization supported primarily through individual and institutional memberships, through publication of The Electronic Journal of Communication, and through sales of software products to assist communication scholarship (e.g., ComIndex).

The CIOS was inaugurated in 1990, being designed to function as a parent organization for the set of online activities that had been initiated in 1986 as the Comserve service. As Comserve services diversified and usership increased it became appropriate to create an organizational structure that would nurture and protect the investments of time, energy, and resources contributed to the project by so many individuals and institutions.

The official publication of CIOS is EJC/REC: The Electronic Journal of Communication / La Revue Electronique de Communication.

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  Communications Consortium Media Center [CCMC]   

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Communications Consortium Media Center
1200 New York Avenue, NW
Suite 300
Washington DC 20005-1754

202/326-8700202/682-2154 fax

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The Communications Consortium Media Center [CCMC] is a nonprofit public interest organization offering strategic advice and training to public policy interest groups in such areas as family preservation, civil rights, health care reform, and women's health issues.

CCMC operates news.ccmc.org, and online newsroom for journalists that provides background data on topics such as child well-being, safe motherhood, learning disabilities and racism.

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  Communications and Information Technology Ontario [CITO]   

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Communications and Information Technology Ontario
36 Steacie Drive
Kanata, ON K2K 2A9
Canada

613/592-9211
613/591-1288 fax


About:


Communications and Information Technology Ontario [CITO] is a Centre of Excellence committed to strengthening the global performance of Ontario's (Canada) information technology and communications industries. It builds university and industry partnerships that foster the interchange of people, ideas and technologies. CITO was formed in 1997. Although most of its funding is from the Ministry of Energy, Science and Technology of Ontario, it increasingly receives contributions from member companies and the private sector.

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  Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada [CDAAC]   

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Communicative Disorders Assistant Association of Canada

416/544-3503

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Communicative Disorders Assistants are uniquely trained to form a dynamic team with registered Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists to provide clinical services to the community. Assessment and diagnosis is conducted by a registered Speech-Language Pathologist or Audiologist, who, in conjunction with the CDA, establishes a therapy program that may be carried out by the CDA.

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  Community Addiction Services of Indiana [CASI]   

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Community Addiction Services of Indiana
1040 East New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202

317/633-8240
317/633-8153 fax

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Community Addiction Services of Indiana [CASI] is an outpatient service of non-profit county-owned Hendricks Regional Health.

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  Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America [CADCA]   

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Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America
901 Nirth Pitt Street
Suite 300
Alexandria VA 22314

703/706-0560
703/706-0565 fax

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The mission of Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of America [CADCA] is to build and strengthen the capacity of coalitions to prevent and reduce substance abuse and violence in communities across America.

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  Community Education & Development [CE&D]   

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Community Education & Development
615 8th Avenue NE
PO Box 194
Pine City, MN 55063

320/629-1307

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Community Education & Development [CE&D] has been producing confrerences semiannually since 1994 for professionals who work with children and adolescents.

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  Community Health Law Project [CHLP]   

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Community Health Law Project
185 Valley Street
South Orange, NJ 07079

973 / 275-1175
973 / 275-5210 fax
973 / 275-1721 TTY

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The Community Health Law Project [CHLP] is a nonprofit advocacy and legal services organization dedicated to serving the needs of low-income people with disabilities and the elderly in New Jersey. CHLP was established in 1976.

Its staff of 65 operates out of regional offices in Bloomfield, Elizabeth, Trenton, Asbury Park, and Collingswood, as well as an administration office in South Orange. Through negotiation, litigation, and advocacy, CHLP removes discrimination, protects rights, and preserves independence and quality of life.

Areas of expertise:

  • Public entitlements (Supplemental Security Income, Social Security Disability benefits, county and municipal welfare, emergency assistance, food stamps)
  • Medicaid, Medicare and other health insurance benefits, as well as fee-for-service and managed health care disputes
  • Housing advocacy (habitability and landlord-tenant issues)
  • Consumer law (debt collection, bankruptcy, contracts)
  • Family law (child support, visitation, domestic violence)
  • Discrimination (housing, employment, education, and public accommodations)
  • Barrier-free accessibility
  • Advance directives and living wills
  • Outreach and support for the frail elderly
  • Systems coordination (information, linkage and referral);
  • Training, counseling, and technical assistance

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  Community Resource Alliance   

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Community Resource Alliance
5615 Preston Loop
Mebane, NC 27302

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Community Resource Alliance is a training and management consultation firm that was founded in 1982. It focuses on resources for people who have disabilities.

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  Compassionate Wellbeing [CW]   

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Compassionate Wellbeing
c/o Paul Gilbert
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
Mental Health Research Unit
Kingsway Hospital
Derby. DE22 3LZ
United Kingdom

+44/01332 623579
+44/01332 623576 fax

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Compassionate Wellbeing [CW] host events, and support research and activities that promote and explore compassionate approaches to health, wellbeing and society. In addition to public workshops, CW run training workshops for health professionals based on Compassion Focused Therapy and the Compassionate Mind Approach.

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  Compass Solutions for Autism   

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Compass Solutions for Autism

877/504-7445

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Compass Solutions for Autism is a proprietary firm that vends software and offers professional training, support and consultation for applied behavior analysis intervention and other techniques for use with people with developmental disabilities.

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  Competence Network on Schizophrenia   

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The Competence Network on Schizophrenia was established in 1999 by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research.

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  Comprehensive NeuroScience [CNS]   

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Comprehensive NeuroScience, Inc
21 Bloomingdale Road
White Plains, NY 10605

914/997-4000
914/206-5050 fax

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Comprehensive NeuroScience, Inc [CNS] provides products and services that enhance the efficiencies of knowledge development and clinical care in neuro-psychopharmacology and related areas. Comprised of three complementary divisions (Drug Development, Clinical Trials and Medical Information Technologies), CNS supports the drug development and treatment process from discovery through clinical trial evaluation to the synthesis and dissemination of clinically actionable medical information.

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  Computer Applications in Mental Health [CAMH]   

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  Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery [CARS]   

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  Computational Neuroscience Meeting   

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The Computational Neuroscience meeting is a yearly interdisciplinary conference organized around the broad range of research approaches and issues involved in understanding the function of nervous systems. Starting in 1992 these meetings have brought together experimental and theoretical neurobiologists along with engineers, computer scientists, cognitive scientists, physicists, and mathematicians interested in understanding the relationship between the structure and function of mammalian and non-mammalian nervous systems. Research papers are solicited and peer reviewed prior to the meeting and then presented in either poster or oral format. Each year meeting participants also nominate a small number of invited speakers for the following year. Each year a proceedings volume has also been published. The CNS meeting equally emphasize experimental, model-based, and more abstract theoretical approaches to understanding neurobiological computation.

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  Computer-based Patient Record Institute [CPRI]   



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The Computer-based Patient Record Institute [CPRI] merged with Healthcare Open Systems and Trials [HOST] in year 2000 to form CPRI-HOST. CPRI itself was a non-profit membership organization committed to advancing improvements in health care quality, cost, and access through routine use of information technology.

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  Comunidade Catarinense de Psicodrama [CCP]   

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Contact:
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Comunidade Catarinense de Psicodrama
Rua Pedro Ferreira, 155
19º sl 1904 - 88301-030
Itajaí - Santa Catarina/SC
Brasil

+55/47/348-2903
+55/47/348-0071 fax

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