The National Mental Health Innovation Center envisions a world where people in every community have the knowledge, tools, and support to achieve good mental health, with ready access to effective treatment for mental illness when and where it’s needed.
We are here to change the conversation about how to address stubborn problems in the field of mental health and fuel user-driven development and adoption of technologies to improve mental health and mental health care.
Below you will find glimpses of our work. If you are in the community and want to learn more about how to work with us, we suggest you attend a Tech Innovation Network Info Session. Please reach out to our team with any questions.
The TIN is a formalized network of diverse clinical and community partners that functions as a test bed through which new technological solutions can be rapidly developed, iterated, tested and validated
Learn more about our current tech partners who we partner with to help expand next generation solutions to help transform mental health
NMHIC is hosting five-minute guided meditation exercises via Zoom every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 7:50 a.m. The meditations will focus on stress management in response to COVID-19, anyone is invited to attend.
Our podcast to discuss bold new ideas in mental health care, and interview the fascinating innovators working to make those ideas a reality
NMHIC Executive Director Matt Vogl’s TED Talk: How Virtual Reality can improve your Mental Health
This program will help shape the careers of young scientists interested in increasing our understanding of brain health to inform the development of products and programs focused on building compassion and preventing violence.
To learn more about our partnerships, please visit the Current Tech Partners page