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Progress Notes from our Executive Director
To address cost barriers in mental healthcare we need to understand the full cost picture for patients.
We’ve got a long way to go toward mental health equity, but here are two bright spots in the future of mental healthcare.
Learn how 988 works and why mental health advocates are worried about its launch.
How and why we’re prioritizing quality over quantity.
What all mental health advocates should know about insurance and access issues.
What it means when we talk about a therapist shortage, and why our approach to increasing access is critical.
If we don’t talk about how the mental health system has left POC behind, attempts to fix the system will just exacerbate these inequities.
When we started Therapy4thePeople in spring 2020, we were 3 co-founders and a Google spreadsheet.
News and Announcements
Learn more about Ilana, our Regional Ambassador for NYC.
Learn more about Harlee, our Regional Ambassador for Arkansas.
Learn more about Sam, the manager of our Online Directory.
Learn more about Sasha, our Regional Ambassador for the Denver Metro Area.
Learn more about Monica, our Regional Ambassador for Chicagoland.
Last month, we officially incorporated as a nonprofit in the state of Delaware.
We are pleased to announce that Therapy4thePeople is partnering with KnoxWell to advance our shared mission of connecting help-seekers to affordable mental health resources. Through
The University of Chicago’s Institute of Politics has provided a grant that will fund our work over the summer.
We’ve made quite a few big updates in response to feedback.