Partners In Prevention

Our Partners in Prevention have aligned with us to help advance the field, and in some cases, provide financial and/or strategy support for the organization and our grantees.

Felton Institute

Founded in 1889, Felton provides a vast array of outpatient services in the San Francisco Bay Area, including a multi-site early psychosis intervention program for youth, Prevention and Recovery in Early Psychosis (PREP). Launched in 2007, PREP was awarded the 2014 National Council for Behavioral Health's science to service award.

Human Power Project

Creates proactive, preventative mental health curriculum and programs for schools and colleges.

International Mental Health Research Organization (One Mind Institute)

The mission of IMHRO (officially One Mind Institute) is to alleviate human suffering from mental illness by funding scientific research into causes, prevention and new treatments. The goal of research is to lead to cures, with a focus on schizophrenia, bipolar disorders and depression.

NAMI San Francisco

NAMI San Francisco's mission is to advocate for a life of quality and dignity by providing education, resources and emotional support to families and those affected by mental illness (brain disorders). We strive to end discrimination and stigma for all those persons affected by these illnesses through broader education and collaboration with the whole community.

Young Minds Advocacy Project

Young Minds Advocacy Project engages in legal advocacy and community education to assist low-income youths and their families and communities in accessing appropriate mental health services and supports, and ensuring the adequate performance and accountability of mental health care programs and providers.

Mental Health America

Mental Health America is the nation's leading community-based nonprofit dedicated to helping Americans achieve wellness by living mentally healthier lives. MHA's work is driven by a commitment to promote mental health as a critical part of overall wellness, including prevention for all, early identification and intervention for those at risk, integrated health, behavioral health and other services for those who need them, and recovery as a goal.

Get StrongMinds Updates.

Psychosis research, policy news, and StrongMinds updates straight to your inbox.