Current CFC Members
College and high school students are at high risk for suicide, depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. 1 in 4 people struggle. We provide training and education to young people, their schools, and families to address these real challenges.
American Association on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
Assists people with intellectual and developmental disabilities by offering educational programs, books, and peer-reviewed journals for professionals and promoting community supports, research findings, and progressive public policies.
Find our members' CFC codes in the listings to the left. Federal employees may designate to MHANe by using CFC code 11591.
American Music Therapy Association
Advances public awareness of the benefits of music therapy and increases access to quality music therapy in a rapidly changing world.
American Society of Addiction Medicine
A professional medical society representing over 6,000 physicians, clinicians and associated professionals dedicated to increasing access and improving the quality of addiction treatment, educating professionals, and supporting research and prevention.
Asperger/Autism Network, Inc.
There is no substitute for someone who understands you. We offer information, education, community and support to individuals, families, and professionals to help people with Asperger Syndrome or similar autism profiles build meaningful, connected lives.
Attention Deficit Disorder Association
ADHD affects over eight million US adults. We assist adults and families through education, web-based services, and connections to support groups and professional advocates.
Provides trauma-informed art-making for people affected by crisis & poverty. Direct services foster resilience, self-efficacy and hope-infused futures. Trainings teach art-making's transformative power to service providers to share with those in need.
Campaign for America's Kids (American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry)
15 million children in America have a psychiatric disorder. Give children access to treatment, help decrease stigma, support education and research. Change a child's life.
Clubhouse International (International Center for Clubhouse Development)
Mental illness affects millions of people. We help end social and economic isolation for these individuals via our nearly 300 Clubhouses worldwide, which offer education, housing, employment opportunities and other social activities.
Hope for the Day
Our team has pioneered an Action Plan that enables communities to establish proactive environments that eliminate the highest risk factors for suicide. It is customizable, scalable, and designed to fit the institutions and communities we serve.
International Society for Bipolar Disorders
We provide education, resources, and networking opportunities for mental health professionals, advocacy groups, and people who live with bipolar disorders.
Judge David L. Bazelon Center for Mental Health Law
We protect and advance the civil rights of adults and children with mental disabilities, envisioning a society where such individuals live with autonomy and dignity, supported by law, policy, and practices that help them reach their full potential.
Juvenile Bipolar Research Foundation
Research causes, treatment and prevention of early-onset bipolar disorder, and to further investigate and promote awareness of the Fear of Harm phenotype.
Mental Health First Aid USA (National Council for Behavioral Health)
This program helps the public identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders. 800,000 individuals have been trained to date.
Soldiers Suicide Prevention (Foundation of Cognitive Therapy and Research)
Helps active-duty and veteran military members and their families by training mental health professionals in evidence-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy --a treatment proven to be effective for PTSD, depression, hopelessness, and other suicide risk factors.
The Youth Mental Health Project
Mental health is imperative to all health. We empower young people, parents, and caring adults with the practical knowledge, support and resources they need to nurture their children’s mental health and intervene when they recognize warning signs.