Schizophrenia Research Forum
The mission of the SRF is to help in the search for causes, treatments, and understanding of the devastating disease of schizophrenia. Our goal is to foster collaboration among researchers by providing an international online forum where ideas, research news, and data can be presented and discussed.
Chrissy's Wish Memorial Fund
Chrissy’s Wish Memorial Fund is an organization founded in memory of Christina Rossi, who suffered from bipolar disorder before her tragic death by suicide at age 26. Chrissy's Wish holds an annual golf outing that aims to increase awareness of mental illness while raising necessary funds to further research endeavors of gifted scientists in the New York area.
Taking Strides Against Mental Illness
Taking Strides Against Mental Illness is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose mission is two fold. We raise funds to help find better treatments and eventual cures of mental illnesses. Equally important, is our goal to bring the topic of mental illness to the forefront of people’s consciousness.
The Laitman Family has been organizing and participating in fundraising events in support of schizophrenia research. Daniel Laitman, now in his early twenties, has been living with mental illness for most of his life. Thanks to the right combination of therapy, medication and yes, running, he lives a productive life attending college, performing stand-up comedy around the New York City area and hosts a late-night radio show at his school. Join Team Daniel today!
BP Magazine strives to increase the awareness of Bipolar Disorder. Their goal is to provide hope to those suffering from the Bipolar Disorder Disease. Through the use of both print and a digital magazine publishing, they have a readership of 1,122,000. The educated subscribers consist of individuals diagnosed with bipolar disorder, individuals related to someone with bipolar and mental health professionals. The magazine contains feature articles on new research and treatment options for individuals living with Bipolar disorder.
SZ Magazine has a combined Canadian and American readership of 90,000 people and has been the recipient of numerous media and mental health awards. The magazine not only reaches those living with schizophrenia and their families, but is a resource for doctors, government representatives, and mental health professionals as well.