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GMHP Team Member Honored for Volunteerism
Friday May 31, 2019

GMHP Team Member Honored for Volunteerism

Congratulations to our Communications and Publications Coordinator, Liza Magill, who was awarded the Hilton Volunteer Award for her humanitarian work with Safe Passages, a refugee support department of Catholic Charities in New York City. She was surprised with the award on Good Morning America!

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Ride for Mental Health: Young Professionals Board
Tuesday April 2, 2019

Ride for Mental Health: Young Professionals Board

On February 24th, the Young Professionals Board of the Columbia Global Mental Health Programs hosted a fundraiser at SoulCycle with 65 attendees. The Young Professionals Board Chair, Brooke Ziegelbaum, spoke about the work of the Global Mental Health Programs and the importance of exercise for mental health before SoulCycle led attendees in a private class. […]

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Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research
Monday March 11, 2019

Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research

The Global Mental Health Programs has launched a Council for the Advancement of Global Mental Health Research to advance its mission in global mental health research. The Council will establish a Small Grants Program to support new investigators and new ideas in global mental health. The Council is assembled of engaged, mental health ambassadors, invited from […]

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Young Minds for Mental Health
Thursday February 28, 2019

Young Minds for Mental Health

A group of students affiliated with Columbia University’s Global Mental Health Programs have created a blog to engage youth voices in the conversation about mental health. Young Minds for Mental Health is a coalition of college students striving to raise awareness and reduce stigma through conversation. They write weekly blog posts that are insightful, informative […]

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2019 Five Boro Bike Tour
Monday October 22, 2018

2019 Five Boro Bike Tour

The Global Fund for Mental Health is our proud sponsor in the 2019 TD Five Boro Bike Tour! In any given year, about 1 in 5 adults in the U.S. — that’s 43.8 million, or 18.5% — experiences a mental disorder. Worldwide, mental and behavioral disorders account for approximately 7.4 percent of the global burden of disease, […]

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