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  Mendota Mental Health Institute   


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Mendota Mental Health Institute
301 Troy Drive
Madison, WI 53704

608/243-2531
608/243-2537 fax

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  Menninger Clinic   

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The Menninger Clinic
PO Box 829
Topeka, KS 66601-0829

800/288-7377
913/273-7500
913/273-9941 fax


About:


The mission of Menninger is to be a national resource providing psychiatric care and treatment of the highest standards, searching for new knowledge and better understanding of mental illness and human behavior, teaching what we know and what we learn, and applying this knowledge in useful ways to promote individual growth and mental health.

Menninger provides a breadth of services and programs unavailable in any other setting. Independent national surveys rank these programs for adults, children, and adolescents among the best in the country.

Menninger is an internationally recognized training center for mental health professionals. More than 170 active faculty members teach in the Karl Menninger School of Psychiatry & Mental Health Sciences, the Topeka Institute for Psychoanalysis, and other Menninger training programs. Supporting these efforts are a preeminent professional library with over 45,000 books and journals in psychiatry and mental health sciences and videotaping and audiovisual facilities.

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  Menninger Center for Telepsychiatry   

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Menninger Center for Telepsychiatry
Jim Reid PA-C, Director
Topeka, KS 66601-0829

785/350-5852

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The Center for Telepsychiatry utilizes advanced telecommunications technologies to enhance patient and provider access to appropriate educational and clinical psychiatric services through local, regional, national and international programs.

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  Mentality   


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Mentality
1024 Hill Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48107-3310

734/936-2437
734/647-7464 fax

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Mentality uses community theater to further understanding of mental health and illness. Its goals are to:
  • Reconnect the common thread of human experience by challenging and confronting the silence and stigma surrounding mental health and illness
  • Facilitate a constructive, critical dialogue on how these issues affect us all
  • Build awareness and support through creative expression and community education
  • Provide a foundation for empowerment and healing within our campuses and communities

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  Mental Disability Rights International [MDRI]   

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Mental Disability Rights International
1156 15th Street NW
Suite 1001
Washington, DC 20005

202/296-0800
202/728-3053 fax

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Mental Disability Rights International [MDRI] is a non-governmental advocacy organization dedicated to the recognition and enforcement of the rights of people with mental disabilities. MDRI was established in 1993 as a joint project of the Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law and American University's Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law. MDRI trains and supports advocates seeking legal and service system reform and assists governments to develop laws and policies to promote community integration and human rights enforcement for people with mental disabilities.MDRI documents conditions, publishes reports on human rights enforcement, and promotes international oversight of the rights of people with mental disabilities.

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  Mental Health Association in Alaska [MHAA]   

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Mental Health Association in Alaska
4045 Lake Ottis Parkway, Suite 209
Anchorage, AK 99508

907/563-0880
907/563-0881 fax


About:


The Mental Health Association in Alaska [MHAA] is a Division of the National Mental Health Association and is dedicated to the promotion of good mental health, the prevention of mental illness and ongoing improvement in the care and treatment of the mentally ill through advocacy, education, referral, research, legislative input and the monitoring of existing programs.

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  Mental Health Association in Atlantic County   

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Mental Health Association in Atlantic County
603 North Main Street
Pleasantville, NJ 08232

609/272-1700
609/484-0123 fax

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  Mental Health Association in California   


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Mental Health Association in California
1336 Wilshire Boulevard
2-nd Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017

213/413-1130

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  Mental Health Association of Essex County [MHAEC]   

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Mental Health Association of Essex County, Inc
33 South Fullerton Avenue
Montclair, NJ 07042

201/509-9777
201/509-9888 fax

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424 Main Street
East Orange, NJ 07018

201/ 674-8067
201- 677-7719 fax


About:


The mission of the Mental Health Association of Essex County is to promote mental health, to prevent mental illness, and to improve the care and treatment of the mentally ill. As a community organization, it accomplishes this through advocacy, education, service, policy development and research.

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  Mental Health Association in Hawai'i   

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Mental Health Association in Hawai'
200 North Vineyard Boulevard
Suite 300
Honolulu, HI 96817

808/521-1846
808/533-6995 fax

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Founded in 1942, Mental Health Association in Hawai'i volunteers have served as advocates for mental health to end the myths and misconceptions about mental illnesses, and to improve mental health services for the state's children and adults. Public Policy volunteers work with community groups, task forces, coalitions, and government leaders to stimulate and support actions which will bring about a complete, coordinated, and cost-effective system of community-based mental health services for all. This voluntary, non-profit citizen's organization also combats selected societal factors which cause stresses that may lead to mental health problems.

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  Mental Health Association of Hudson County   

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Mental Health Association of Hudson County
29 Cottage Street
3-rd Floor
Jersey City, NJ 07306

201/653-4700
201/653-4100 fax

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  Mental Health Association of Ireland [MHAI]   

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Mental Health Association of Ireland
Mensana House
6 Adelaide Street
Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin
Ireland

+353/1/2841166
+353/1/2841736 fax

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The Mental Health Association of Ireland [MHAI] is a national voluntary organisation with over 90 local association and branches working throughout the country. Its aim is twofold - to help those who are mentally ill and to promote positive mental health.

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  Mental Health Association in Michigan [MHAM]   

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Mental Health Association in Michigan
15920 West Twelve Mile Road
Southfield, MI 48076

800/482-9534
248/557-6777
248/557-5995 fax

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The Mental Health Association in Michigan [MHAM] is a non-profit voluntary membership citizens' organization representing a broad base of people working together as an advocate for the mentally ill. Its purposes are:
  • Improved care and treatment of the mentally ill
  • Prevention of mental illness
  • Promotion of positive mental health

MHAM defines its critical issues as:

  • Establishment of mental health care as a priority of the public
  • Funding for and provision of services to all who need them
  • Eradication of prejudice and discrimination against the mentally ill
  • Elimination of bio-genetic causes of mental illness
  • Promotion of emotional well-being as an integral part of personal health maintenance

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  Mental Health Association in Monmouth County   

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Mental Health Association in Monmouth County
59 Broad Street
Eatontown, NJ 07724

908/542-6422
908/389-3163 fax

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  Mental Health Association of Montana   

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Mental Health Association of Montana
25 South Ewing
Suite 200
Helena, MT 59601

406/442-4276
406/442-4986 fax

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The Mental Health Association of Montana [MHAM] is a nonprofit association of volunteer citizens concerned wtih all aspects of mental health and mental illness.

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  Mental Health Association in New Jersey [MHANJ]   

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Mental Health Association in New Jersey
88 Pompton Avenue
Suite 1
Verona, NJ 07044-2937

973/571-4100
973/857-1777 fax

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The Mental Health Association in New Jersey [MHANJ] strives for children and adults to achieve mental health through advocacy, education, training, and services.

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  Mental Health Association in Ocean County   

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Mental Health Association in Ocean County
681 River Avenue
Suite 2 J
South Lakewood, NJ 08701

732/905-1132
732/905-1132

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  Mental Health Association in Passaic County   

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Mental Health Association in Passaic County
1 Westervelt Avenue
Clifton, NJ 07011

201/778-0077
201/778-0603 fax

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  Mental Health Association in Somerset County   

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Mental Health Association in Somerset County
350 Grove Street
Bridgewater, NJ 08807

908/722-8520
908/722-8520 fax

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  Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania [MHASP]   

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Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania
1211 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107

215/751-1800
215/636-6300 fax
215/751-9655 TTY


About:


The Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania [MHASP] is a citizen's advocacy organization committed to improved publicly funded mental health services. The agency works closely with, and supports, the development of the consumer self-help movement for adult mental health consumers, parents of children with an emotional disturbance, and family members of those with a mental illness.

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  Mental Health Association in Southwestern Counties   

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Mental Health Association in Southwestern Counties
505 Cooper Street
Camden, NJ 08102

609/966-6767
609/541-3986 fax

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Camden, Gloucester & Burlington Counties

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  Mental Health Association of San Francisco [MHA-SF]   

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Mental Health Association
870 Market Street
Suite 928
San Francisco, CA 94102

415/421-2926
415/421-2928 fax

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The Mental Health Association of San Francisco [MHA-SF] is a non-profit citizen's organization dedicated to improving the mental health of residents in the diverse communities of San Francisco through advocacy, education, research and service. In all its programs, MHA-SF works together with people and families challenged by mental illness and with the agencies that serve them to promote prevention, access to services, leadership, and independence.

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  Mental Health Association in Taiwan   


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Mental Health Association in Taiwan
Room 1103
11F, No. 7 Sec.1
Chung-Hsiao West Road
Taipei 100
Taiwan

+886/2/2382-2928 fax

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  Mental Health Association of Tanzania [MEHATA]   


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Mental Health Association of Tanzania
c/o Dr Gad P Kilonzo, Chairman
PO Box 65293
Dar es Salaam
Tanzania

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  Mental Health Association in Union County   

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Mental Health Association in Union County
15 Alden Street
Cranford, NJ 07016

908/272-0300
908/272-5696 fax

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  Mental Health Australia   

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Mental Health Australia
PO Box 637
North Melbourne, VIC 3051
Australia

+61/3/9596 5896
1300 360 092
+61/3/5442 6376 fax

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Mental Health Australia is a private company providing employee assistance programs, professional education, psychological services, and solutions for health sector employers and their employees.

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  Mental Health Corporation of Denver [MHCD]   

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Mental Health Corporation of Denver
4141 East Dickenson Place
Denver, CO 80222

303/504-6500
303/757-5245 fax


About:


The Mental Health Corporation of Denver [MHCD] provides a comprehensive, community based system of health care for residents of the city and county of Denver. A diverse array of services are provided to individuals with psychiatric emergencies; major mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depression; and children of families at risk.

Over 400 full time and part time employees provide a wide range of services at 45 sites and for more than 8,000 people each year.

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  Mental Health Corporations of America [MHCA]   

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Mental Health Corporations of America
1876-A Eider Court
Tallahassee, FL 32308

850/942-4900
850/422-2012 fax

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Mental Health Corporations of America is a not-for-profit association of selected mental health organizations. The primary objective of MHCA is to enhance the business performance of its members while permitting each of the centers to preserve its original social mission.

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  Mental Health in Corrections Consortium [MHHC]   

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Mental Health in Corrections Consortium, Inc
2885 West Battlefield
Springfield, MO 65807

417/823-3477
417/823-3441 fax
816/444-3500
816/444-0330 fax

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The Mental Health in Corrections Consortium [MHHC] is the only association to provide an international platform and united voice to address the needs and concerns of a critical and rapidly growing professional segment of criminal justice professionals.

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  Mental Health Council of Arkansas [MCHA]   

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Mental Health Council of Arkansas
501 Woodlane
Suite 104
Little Rock, AR 72201

501/372-7062
501/372-8039 fax

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The Mental Health Council of Arkansas [MCHA] is a non-profit organization of 13 community mental health centers and their affiliates. The MHCA assists its members to achieve the goal of community based treatment which focuses on the whole person with emphasis on physical, mental and emotional wellness and promotes the comprehensive diagnostic, treatment, and wrap around services provided by the private non-profit community mental health centers of Arkansas. The MHCA is dedicated to improving the overall health and well-being of the citizens and communities of Arkansas. With over 50 psychiatrists and over 2,000 health care professionals, participating members of the MHCA provide comprehensive services specially designed to meet the individual behavioral healthcare needs of Arkansas' citizens.

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  Mental Health Council of Australia [MHCA]   

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Mental Health Council of Australia
PO Box 174
Deakin West ACT 2600
Australia

+61/2/6285 3100
+61/2/6285 2166 fax

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Formed in 1997, the Mental Health Council of Australia [MHCA] is the independent, non-government sector peak body established under the National Mental Health Strategy to represent and promote the interests of the mental health sector and advise on mental health in Australia.

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  Mental Health Europe [MHE-SME], (Santé Mentale Europe)   

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Mental Health Europe
Boulevard Clovis 7
B-1000 Bruxelles
Belgium

+32/2/280 04 68
+32/2/280 16 04 fax

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Created in 1985, Mental Health Europe (Santé Mentale Europe) [MHE-SME], a non-governmental agency, promotes and represents mental health in its broadest sense in Europe.

MHE-SME is in official relations with the World Health Organisation - Regional Office for Europe, has consultative status with the Council of Europe and has a liaison function for Mental Health Promotion with the European Commission. It collaborates regularly with the work of members of the European Parliament.

Objectives:

  • Promote and support MHE-SME member organisations through information, exchange and consultation
  • Find partner organisations for collaboration and for exchange of knowledge and expertise and identify good practices
  • Support national, regional and local member organisations with their developments and their struggle for acknowledgement and funding
  • Provide a forum for exchange and information on health and social policies in the mental health field
  • Develop and formulate policies and strategies on mental health issues
  • Lobby European institutions in order to raise the profile of mental health
  • Increase awareness for mental health and campaign on important mental health issues (hence playing an important role in raising awareness and in combating the taboos, stigma and prejudice associated with mental illness)

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  Mental Health Foundation   

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The Mental Health Foundation
83 Victoria Street
London SW1H 0HW
United Kingdom

+44/20/7802 0300
+44/20/7802 0301 fax

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The Mental Health Foundation is the United Kingdom charity improving the lives of everyone with mental health problems or learning disabilities. It uses its research, service development and information to increase understanding and meet people's needs.

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  Mental Health Law Project   


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Mental Health Law Project
1101 Fifteenth Street, NW
Suite 1212
Washington, DC 20005

202/467-5730

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  Mental Health Liaison Group [MHLG]   



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The Mental Health Liaison Group [MHLG] is a coalition of organizations representing patients, health professionals, and family members that was formed to advocate for support for mental health services on a par with other healthcare services.

MHLG member organizations include:

  • The Alliance for Children and Families
  • The American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry
  • The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
  • The American Association of Children's Residential Centers
  • The American Association of Pastoral Counselors
  • The American Association of Practicing Psychiatrists
  • The American Group Psychotherapy Association
  • The American Mental Health Counselors Association
  • The American Occupational Therapy Association
  • The American Psychiatric Association
  • The American Psychiatric Nurses Association
  • The American Psychoanalytic Association
  • The American Psychological Association
  • The American Psychotherapy Association
  • The Anxiety Disorders Association of America
  • The Association for Addiction Professionals
  • The Association for the Advancement of Psychology
  • The Association for Ambulatory Behavioral Healthcare
  • The Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
  • Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • The Clinical Social Work Federation
  • The Clinical Social Work Guild
  • The Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
  • The Eating Disorders Coalition for Research, Policy & Action
  • Ensuring Solutions to Alcohol Problems
  • The International Society of Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurses
  • NAADAC
  • NAMI
  • The National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders
  • The National Association for Children's Behavioral Health
  • The National Association of Mental Health Planning & Advisory Councils
  • The National Association of Protection and Advocacy Systems
  • The National Association of Psychiatric Health Systems
  • The National Association for Rural Mental Health
  • The National Mental Health Association
  • Suicide Prevention Action Network USA

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  Mental Health Materials Center   


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Mental Health Materials Center
PO Box 304
Bronxville, NY 10708

914/337-6596

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  Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria   

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Mental Health Research Institute of Victoria
155 Oak Street
Locked Bag 11
Parkville, Victoria 3052
Australia

+61/3/9388 1633
+61/3/9387 5061 fax


About:


The Mental Health Research Institute, founded in 1956, is Australia's only stand-alone, autonomous, university-affiliated psychiatric research institute. It's mandate is to investigate serious psychiatric disorders, especially schizophrenia and Alzheimer's disease.

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  Mental Health Services Conference of Australia and New Zealand [TheMHS]   

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The Mental Health Services Conference Inc of Australia and New Zealand
PO Box 192
Balmain, NSW 2041
Australia

+61/2/9810 8700
+61/2/9810 8733 fax

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TheMHS is the largest mental health conference in Australia and New Zealand attracting over 1,000 mental health clinicians, managers, consumers, carers, researchers, educators and policy makers annually. It was first held in 1991.

Objectives:

  • Provide a forum for the presentation and exchange of ideas about best ways of ensuring high quality mental health services for people seriously affected by mental illness and disability
  • Promote positive attitudes about mental health and mental illness
  • Provide a forum for professional development of people associated with mental health services, i.e. an opportunity to present current innovations, strategies, research, policies and future directions
  • Provide a forum for professionals, consumers, carers and managers to meet and debate mental health services
  • Stimulate debate which will challenge the boundaries of present knowledge and ideas about services for people with mental health disabilities

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  Mental Health Statistics Improvement Program [MHSIP]   

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The Mental Health Statistics Improvement Program [MHSIP] is a community of people who share the belief that improvements in mental health services can occur when decision-makers—be they service providers, those who pay for services, or those who receive them—make rational decisions based on objective, reliable and comparable information about those services.

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  Mental Health Workers without Borders [MHWWB}   

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Mental Health Workers Without Borders
c/o Martin Gittelman
100 West 94th Street
New York, NY 10025

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Mental Health Workers without Borders [MHWWB] is an international, not-for profit, non-governmental network of activist psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, psychiatric nurses, counselors, and other mental health workers.

MHWWB shares knowledge and ideas about psychosocial assistance for natural and man-made disasters, mental health and human rights, and treatment and psychosocial rehabilitation for people with severe mental illness. Its primary focus is primarily, although not solely, on the needs of developing countries. MHWWB encourages family- and community-based, psychosocial approaches to mental health problems, respectful of cultural variation, drawing on local resources and healing traditions, and emphasizing community revitalization and empowerment as well as individual treatment. MHWWB is a loose network of individuals, not a membership organization. It does not provide or organize direct assistance in disaster situations as an organization, although individuals associated with MHWWB have participated in such activities and have provided consultative services with respect to disasters, psychosocial rehabilitation programs, and the like.

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  Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria   

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Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria
Fairfield Place 276 Heidelberg Road
Fairfield, Victoria 3078
PO Box 359
Clifton Hill, Vic 3068
Australia

+62/3/8486 4200
+62/3/8486 4265 fax

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Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria was established in 1978 as the Victorian Schizophrenia Fellowship. It subsequently changed its name to the Schizophrenia Fellowship of Australia, Schizophrenia Fellowship of Victoria and in 2001 to its current designation.

Mental Illness Fellowship Victoria is a member-based, not-for-profit organisation working to create better lives for people with mental illness and their families. It is one of Australia's leading community managed mental health agencies, providing support services to around 5,000 people a year in Victoria and in the Australian Capital Territory [ACT], and reaching many more in the wider community through advocacy and community education activities.

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  Mental Research Institute [MRI]   

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The Mental Research Institute
555 Middlefield Road
Palo Alto, CA 94301

415/321-3055
415/321-3785 fax

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The Mental Research Institute [MRI] is an independent non-profit research and training institute for the interactional study of the individual, the family, and the community. Since 1959, MRI has been active in the area of interactional/systemic studies, psychotherapy, and family therapy. It developed a comprehensive model for brief therapy. Continuing applied research and theory development have expanded the use of interactional concepts to community, school and business problems.

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