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Outreach Partnership Program

The Outreach Partnership Program is a nationwide initiative of the National Institute of Mental Health’s (NIMH) Office of Constituency Relations and Public Liaison (OCRPL).  The Program works to increase the public’s access to science-based mental health information through partnerships with national and state nonprofit organizations.  The Program has a particular emphasis on reaching historically underserved populations.  

The Program also strives to enhance opportunities for the public to benefit from participation in research.  These partnerships provide NIMH with the opportunity to engage community organizations in dialogue to better understand the needs, questions, and concerns of those intended to benefit from the research the Institute supports.  Read more...

National Institutes of Health Clinical Trials

NIMH Clinical Trials

Mental Health America

The World Federation for Mental Health envisions a world in which mental health is a priority for all people.  Public policies and programs reflect the crucial importance of mental health in the lives of individuals.  

WFMH is an international membership organization founded in 1948 to advance,  among all peoples and nations, the prevention of mental and emotional disorders, the proper treatment and care of those with such disorders, and the promotion of mental health.   Mental Health America of Southeast Florida is an affiliate of the World Federation for Mental Health and works with them to collaborate with governments and non-governmental organizations to advance the cause of mental health services, research and policy advocacy worldwide.


World Federation for Mental Health

Formerly the National Mental Health Association, Mental Health America celebrates a century of mental health advocacy and support for Americans with a mental illness.  Over the past 100 years, MHA’s work has transformed how the country approaches mental health care, changed attitudes toward mental illness and built a legacy of change and progress. 

Founded in 1909 by Clifford W. Beers, a young businessman who experienced firsthand the treatment of individuals with a mental illness, The National Committee for Mental Hygiene, as it was called in the early years, was the first association of its kind and the beginning of the organized mental health movement in America.  

Today, Mental Health America of Southeast Florida is one of more than 300 affiliates that represent a growing movement of Americans who promote mental wellness for the health and well-being of the nation.