To create meaningful change by increasing communication, partnerships and goodwill among stakeholders in the areas of treatment, advocacy, and clinical research with emphasis on consumers and patients mental health well-being.
The Messaging Committee created a series of commercials to address the stigma of mental illness and promote research. These videos are available to Coalition members to use for website, social media, or television spots. We can edit your organizations information to the end of the spots. To see more videos, log into the Community Login and look in the Gallery.
Tony Moore has been living with schizophrenia since he was 18. It was almost 20 years later before he saught treatment for paranoid schizophrenia. Tony shares stories about his life, his illness, and the time he spent in clinical trials.
It’s time to take mental health, mental illness and addiction — and all the messy, sometimes embarrassing, uneasy truths that accompany them — out from behind closed doors — and discuss them openly. MHA’s 2017 Annual Conference will dive into these sometimes controversial topics in a way MHA never has done before.
Happy New Year! We wanted to take a moment to reflect on just a few of The STARR Coalition’s accomplishments during 2016. A warm thank you to those who are assisting us in making great strides to expand our Coalition!