The Global Fund for Mental Health supports education and training to reduce stigma, promote understanding and increase capacity related to mental health in under-resourced communities around the world. The Global Fund for Mental Health receives funds and donations from both US and International companies and individuals.
The Global Fund for Mental Health began as “US-TELL” in 2002, with a specific focus on supporting mental health initiatives in Japan. In 2016, the “US-TELL” Board unanimously voted to expand the reach of the organization to support mental health initiatives globally, and thus, has adopted a new name and broader mission as reflected here. As we expand our reach, the Global Fund for Mental Health remains committed to supporting mental health initiatives in Japan as reflected in our ongoing support of TELL-Japan.