The Mental Health Foundation

A Catalyst for Better Outcomes in Behavioral Health

The Mental Health Foundation seeks to bring together diverse stakeholders for a more integrated approach to behavioral health challenges challenges confronting individuals, families and communities. The Foundation uses events, grant-making and public information efforts to share evidence-based best practices aimed at improving behavioral health policy, access, treatment without stigma.  Join with us! 

Progress Made Possible Conference Announcement

Out of serious concern for the public health circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus (COVID 19), including Massachusetts Gov. Baker’s declaration of a formal public health emergency, we have concluded that it is best to cancel the plans for the Progress Made Possible conference in Burlington, MA scheduled for May 17-19.

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In the interest of reducing the possible impact of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we will be operating remotely until further notice.  Due to our remote work solutions, we can confidently provide our members continued service without disruption.  Our focus, dedication, and support are unwavering as we navigate this unique time.  We hope you, your family, and colleagues remain safe and healthy.

 

A Message of Hope from MHF President

Every day the news is a reminder about the necessity of refocusing our efforts on what is in front of us, bringing people together for positive change and instilling a message of hope about what is possible for us to achieve together. Click to read more

 

The Foundation mourns the loss of our friend and benefactor, Marylou Whitney

The Board of Directors extends our sympathy to Mr. John Hendrickson and family, the Saratoga Springs community, and all those like Marylou, who fight stigma and promote good mental health