Missouri Institute of Mental Health

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Innovative Research

Uncovering biological and psychosocial mechanisms of mental health and effective interventions to improve mental health outcomes.

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Program Evaluation

Evaluation and technical assistance to local, state and national agencies to improve the quality and increase the effectiveness of mental health programs and practices.

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Professional Training

Multimedia behavioral health education programs and tools for both the general public and service providers.

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Community Outreach

Health-related prevention programs, trainings, and education for groups and individuals to reduce health disparities and improve health outcomes.

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Recent News

Governor Nixon commends Mental Health First Aid training efforts in Missouri

MIMH houses Mental Health First Aid Missouri, whose staff are integral in getting Missourians trained in this critical course. See the Governor Nixon’s statement by clicking on the image below. Mental Health First Aid Missouri is a public education program that introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental illnesses, …

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June 14th, 2016 7pm – Scientist Artist Collaborative

MIMH kicked off our first Scientist Artist Collaborative (SAC) on April 4th, 2016, at the JC Penney Auditorium on campus. The Collaborative connects a leading artist from around the nation with Principal Investigators at MIMH to facilitate new and creative basic science research programs to development innovative and high-impact prevention …

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MIMH earns $1 million grant, integrates social media, HIV prevention program

    March/07/2016 | by Ron Austin As principal investigator, Brendolyn Bailey-Burch led a team of Missouri Institute of Mental Health researchers at the University of Missouri–St. Louis in securing over $1 million to implement a new substance use, HIV/AIDS and hepatitis prevention project for African American male and female youth from ages 13 to …

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MISSION
MIMH’s mission is to improve and transform mental health outcomes through innovative research and program development, program evaluation, community outreach, and professional training.

VISION
Our vision is to improve lives through the promotion of mental health.

ABOUT
For the past 50 years, MIMH has partnered with governmental agencies and research teams in an effort to improve lives through the promotion of mental health via research, evaluation, professional training, program development, and community outreach. Contact us for more information about how we can assist you with your next mental health initiative, grant proposal, or professional training event.

The Missouri Institute of Mental health is committed to promoting a diverse culture of respect, equality and inclusion for all. We celebrate and advance diversity by creating a safe community in which all people can share their unique talents, ideas and perspectives.

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