The Global Mental Health Program at Columbia University
The Global Mental Health Program at Columbia University envisions a world in which mental illness loses its stigma and is recognized as a serious global issue that impacts all of us — economically, politically, and socially — whether or not we or our families are directly affected. The mission of the Global Fund for Mental Health is aligned with the mission of the Columbia Global Mental Health Program, and we are proud to provide support to its education and training efforts.
Ride with our 2017 Five Boro Bike Team!
The Global Mental Health Program is assembling a team to ride in this year’s TD Five Boro Bike Tour on May 7th in New York City. All proceeds will support groundbreaking research and program initiatives worldwide that reduce the burden of mental illness. We are pleased to be supporting their effort! Click below to learn more about the Five Boro Bike Team and register to ride with us.Register to ride with our team here
TELL Japan is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing world-class, effective support and counseling services to Japan’s international community as well as helping to address the country’s growing mental health care needs. The Global Fund for Mental Health has supported volunteer training programs for the TELL Japan Lifeline, has funded training programs for the counseling staff and has provided support for general fundraising needs of the organization. The Global Fund for Mental Health continues to provide philanthropic support to TELL Japan as it continues to provide essential mental health services in Japan.