MIND/GAME Partners

We appreciate the work of our partners and their support in our mission to raise mental health awareness and fight stigma:

The JED Foundation

The Jed Foundation’s mission is to protect emotional health and prevent suicide among college and university students. The Foundation offers training programs and tools that have helped over 5,000 campus professionals identify and support at-risk students and expert guided resources on critical issues including strategic planning and the legalities of student mental health accessed by over 10,000 campus professionals.

Positive Coaching Alliance

PCA-Logo-Vert-2linePositive Coaching Alliance (PCA) develops BETTER ATHLETES, BETTER PEOPLE through resources for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, administrators and student-athletes. In addition to 1,000+ free audio-video and printable tips and tools at PCADevZone.org, PCA has partnered with roughly 3,500 schools and youth sports organizations nationwide to deliver live group workshops, online courses and books by PCA Founder Jim Thompson that help those involved in youth and high school sports create a positive, character-building youth sports culture.

Active Minds

swc-actice-minds-logoActive Minds is the leading nonprofit organization that empowers students to speak openly about mental health in order to educate others and encourage help-seeking.  Active Minds is changing the culture on campuses and in the community by providing information, leadership opportunities and advocacy training to the next generation.

The Starr Coalition


The STARR Coalition (Stakeholders in Treatment, Advocacy, Research and Recovery) is a nonprofit organization bringing together thought-leaders within pharma, clinical research and advocacy to promote advances in cutting-edge mental health research. STARR creates a non-biased, level playing field for all stakeholders to collaborate on projects affecting the future of mental health treatments.

The Carter Center

Bring Change 2 Mind

The Psychotherapy Institute

San Francisco Suicide Prevention

Adversity 2 Advocacy