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The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is the largest scientific organization in the world dedicated to research focused on the understanding, treatment, and prevention of mental disorders and the promotion of mental health.
NAMI, the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization, has become the nation's voice on mental illness through advocacy, research, support, and education.
The National Council promotes a provider-focused public policy and legislative agenda that urges government leaders to improve and strengthen mental health and addictions treatment by acting to promote access to high-quality, cost-effective community-based treatment and support.
Injury, victimization, witnessing crime, invasive medical procedures, natural disasters and more can cause children to suffer the effects of trauma. This organization offers quality information about trauma, its effects on children and what to do about it. Information for parents, caregivers, teachers and professionals.
Provides families with support, systems advocacy, and information services.
The Coalition of Family and Children's Services in Iowa (Coalition) help millions of children and their families every day through mission-driven organizations dedicated to providing the services that children and families need. Our member organizations, many of which have served their communities for generations, offer a continuum of services including: Crisis Intervention; Family Safety, Risk and Permanency; and Remedial Services.
The Division of Mental Health and Disability Services (MHDS) works to ensure that quality disability services are available to Iowans who need them regardless of their age, their financial resources, or where they choose to live in our state. Our goal is to enable all Iowans with disabilities to live, work, and participate fully in the communities of their choice.
The mission of the Iowa Association of Community Providers (IACP) is to promote quality services to children and adults with disabilities (MH/MR/BI/DD) in Iowa’s communities by strengthening association members.
Connects in the most direct way possible, people in need with the community programs and services designed to meet that need. 211 is the information and referral service of the United Way of the Quad Cities Area.
Our mission is to be guided by the Amy Helpenstell Foundation's message of help, hope and healing by promoting awareness, understanding, diagnosis and treatment for eating disorders in our community.
Information pertaining to the Iowa legislative as well as the Executive and Judicial Branches.