EXHIBITING NATIONAL  LEADERSHIP

ON

MENTAL HEALTH

Iowa

Opinion editorials related to our research into exhibits about mental health have been published in the following newspapers:

 

COLORADO:

The Coloradoan

 

IOWA:

Des Moines Register

Iowa City Press-Citizen

Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier

 

MASSACHUSETTS:

Berkshire Eagle

Brockton Enterprise

Fall River Herald 

MetroWest Daily News

Milford Daily News

New Bedford Standard-Times

Patriot Ledger

Springfield Republican

Taunton Gazette

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

MAINE:

Brunswick Times Record

MINNESOTA:

St. Cloud Times

Rochester Post 

MinnPost.com

MISSOURI:

Columbia Daily Tribune

Springfield News-Leader

 

NEBRASKA:

Omaha World-Herald

NEW HAMPSHIRE:

Claremont Eagle Times

Concord Monitor

Valley News

QUEBEC:

The Suburban (Montreal)

VERMONT: 

Bennington Banner

Brattleboro Reformer

The National Museum of Mental Health Project, Inc. is a nonprofit organization and “museum without walls” that researches and creates exhibitions that can transform society’s attitudes about, and understanding of, mental health. Through the development of online exhibits, NMMHP does what museums do best – educate, interpret, advance dialogue, and develop literacy on the topic of mental health. 

  

The Project seeks to:

  • Develop and display exhibitions by facilitating collaboration among artists, curators, mental health professionals, people with lived experience, and others who seek to share talents and knowledge.

  • Share research related to exhibits about mental health and wellness.

  • Build alliances with community, local, and national not-for-profit, for-profit, governmental, and educational entities who are similarly interested in creating positive mental health outcomes.

  • Develop a national museum of mental health.

The Project extends from a research fellowship at Assumption University.