Help us establish an emotional support hotline

A crisis hotline is a service people can call for immediate phone counselling by trained volunteers and mental health professionals. Such hotlines have existed in most major cities of the English-speaking world since the mid-1970s. Initially set up to help those contemplating suicide, many have extended their mandate to deal more generally with emotional crises.

The Role of Mental Health Awareness in Mental Health Promotion and Prevention in Armenian Context

Mr Gevorg Gharibyan is a mental health advocate, speaker & researcher. He is a UK-licensed chartered psychologist (CPsychol), an American Psychological Association associate and a British Psychological Society Psychotherapy Section Committee member.

The Role of Asian Provider During COVID-19 Pandemic

Catherine Vuky, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist who has 20+ years of experience in working with immigrant and refugee children and families in an Asian community Health Center. She is dedicated to breaking down barriers for members of the Asian community in accessing mental health resources.

The Role of Professional Organizations in the Advancement of Mental Health Awareness

Danna Mauch, Ph.D., as President and CEO of the Massachusetts Association for Mental Health (MAMH), Danna Mauch brings organizational leadership, operations management, evaluation research and strategic consulting experience gained in private and public sector enterprises.