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  Older Adult Consumers Mental Health Alliance [OACMHA]   

(You can click on the above for its home page)


Contact:
(You might click on the link below for e-mail)

Older Adult Consumers Mental Health Alliance
c/o Linda G Powell, Executive Director
Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
1101 15th Street NW
Suite 1202
Washington, DC 2005

202/467-5730 ext 140
540/538-3796 mobile

OACMHA (snail) aol.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


All Older persons who have, or are at risk of developing mental problems should have available to them and their family caregivers, specialized services which are readily accessible and provided in the least restrictive environment, allowing them to maintain their individual independent functioning.

Despite the seriousness of the problem the federal government and state mental health programs have not yet adequately addressed it to this day.

That leaves the older persons with mental health needs with the necessity of addressing this issue directly by forming into an effective national advocacy and education organization and is the reason for the establishment of the Older Adult Consumers Mental Health Alliance [OACMHA].

Objectives:

  • Decrease fear in older persons of mental health stigma by increasing public awareness and knowledge of the special mental health needs and problems of older persons, including alternative solutions and approaches to services and treatments needed by this population group
  • Promote the development and implementation of non-traditional mental health prevention, early intervention and treatment programs that specifically target older persons
  • Support an expedited mental health and aging research agenda and development of a national database of mental health services for older adults
  • Promote the increase in the specialized professional workforce needed to provide age-sensitive mental health services to older persons
  • Develop and distribute culturally sensitive information about accessing community mental health services for older persons

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  Older Women's League   


Contact:


Older Women's League
666 11-th Street, NW
Suite 700
Washington, DC 20001

202/783-6686

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  Omaiset mielenterveistoen tukena KL/RY   


Contact:


Omaiset mielenterveistoen tukena KL/RY
Eija Hintsanen
Hameenpuiso 33 B 30
SF - 332 00 Tampere
Finland


About:


Schizophrenia support.

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  Omega Institute   

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  Ontario Art Therapy Association [OATA]   

(You can click above for its home page)


Contact:


Ontario Art Therapy Association
Suite 1820
5334 Yonge Street
Toronto, ON M2N 6M2
Canada


About:


The Ontario Art Therapy Association [OATA], founded in 1978, is a non-profit organization of professionals in use of the creative art process. Its mission is to serve its members and the public by establishing standards of Art Therapy education, professional competence and ethical practice.

The Association is mandated to provide for the development, the promotion and the maintenance of the field of Art Therapy in Ontario. In addition, the OATA grants Registered status to Professional members upon successful conclusion of a rigorous process, which includes the documentation of education, and post-graduate supervised experience.

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  Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts [OAJA]   


Contact:


Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts
223 St. Clair Avenue West
Toronto, ON M4V 1R3
Canada

416/961-9767


About:


The Ontario Association of Jungian Analysts [OAJA] is a non-profit corporation devoted to furthering an understanding of analytical psychology.

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  Ontario Association for Mediation   

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  Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs [OFCMHAP]   

(If you wish, click on the above for the organization's home page)


Contact:
(The link is available for e-mail)

Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs
250 Consumers Road
Suite 806
Toronto, Ontario, M2J 4V6
Canada

416/490-8900
416/490-8902 fax

info (snail) ofcmhap.on.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Ontario Federation of Community Mental Health and Addiction Programs [OFCMHAP] first met in 1985. Federation membership is made up of organizations which provide community mental health services and non- service alternatives, as well as addiction and substance abuse services. The current membership has reached 230 organizations.

The goal of the Federation is to enable its members provide high quality, comprehensive and accessible community mental health and addiction services. To achieve that goal, the Federation represents the views of its members in relation to service development, planning and coordination, funding and administrative matters, as well as development of provincial policy and legislation. The Federation also provides education event, resource materials and networking opportunities.

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  Ontario Friends of Schizophrenics, Toronto Chapter   

(You can click above for its home page)


Contact:
(The link is available for making contact)

Toronto Chapter of Ontario Friends of Schizophrenics
869 Yonge Street
Suite 103
Toronto, Ontario M4W 2H2
Canada

416/975-1630
416/944-3183

tcofos (snail) origo.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


OFOS Toronto is dedicated to helping persons with schizophrenia and their families by offering the following services:
  • resource material
  • monthly family support groups
  • public information meetings
  • personal interviews
  • telephone support
  • legal advice
  • monthly newsletters
Please see Web page.

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  Ontario Hospital Association [OHA]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for e-mail)

Ontario Hospital Association
200 Front Street West
Suite 2800
Toronto, Ontario M5V 3L1
Canada

416/205-1300
416/205-1301 fax

info (snail) oha.com (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


Founded in 1924 as an independent, non-profit organization, the Ontario Hospital Association [OHA] is a voluntary association representing the hospitals in Ontario. Among its members are over 200 public hospitals in Ontario as well as the province's government-owned and operated psychiatric hospitals. Many other health-related organizations are among OHA's associate and affiliate members.

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  Ontario Psychological Association [OPA]   

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Contact:
(The link is available for more detail)

Ontario Psychological Association
730 Yonge Street
Suite 221
Toronto, ON MFY 2B7
Canada

416/961-5552

opa (snail) psych.on.ca (If pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)

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  Ontario PsychoGeriatric Association [OPGA]   

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Contact:
(The link is available for securing more information)

Ontario PsychoGeriatric Association
130 Dundas Street East
Suite 500 - 28
Mississauga, ON L5A 3V8
Canada

416/236-6836
416/236-6344 fax

info (snail) opga.on.ca (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Ontario PsychoGeriatric Association [OPGA] is an interdisciplinary association dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of the elderly. OPGA was founded in 1974 to bring together professionals, seniors and students who are interested in psychogeriatrics and all aspects of the well-being of the aged

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  Ontario Society of Clinical Hypnosis [OSCH]   


Contact:


Ontario Society of Clinical Hypnosis
c/o Chuck Pierce
C/O Belmont Professional Centre
564 Blemont Avenue West
Suite 411
Kitchener, Ontario N2M 5N6
Canada

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  Ontario Society of Psychotherapists [OSP]   

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Contact:
(The link below is available for making contact)

Ontario Society of Psychotherapists
296 Jarvis Street, Unit 7
Toronto ON M5B 2C5
Canada

416/923-4050
416/968-6818 fax

mail (snail) psychotherapyontario.org (When pasting, please replace "(snail)" with "@" for email address... no spaces)


About:


The Ontario Society of Psychotherapists [OSP] is a professional organization which represents the interests of psychotherapists and advances the standards of psychotherapy in Ontario. The OSP offers psychotherapists professional recognition, gives professionals in private practice access to liability insurance and provides a referral service.

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