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Last Updated: 6/22/2012

SAMHSA’s Resource Center to Promote Acceptance,
Dignity and Social Inclusion Associated with
Mental Health (ADS Center)

 

Awardee

Campaign/Program Location Start Date
"It Takes a Friend " Campaign   Jefferson, MO 2007 
Advocacy Unlimited, Inc.   Wethersfield, CT 2008 
Amistad, Inc.  Portland, ME 2008 
Consumer Satisfaction Services  Harrisburg, PA 2008 
Continuum of Mental Health   Saint Paul, MN 2007 
Firewalkers: Stories of People Transformed by Mental Illness   Charlottesville, VA 2007 
Florida Peer Network, Inc.   Tampa, FL 2007 
Healing Voices Campaign   Sioux City, IA 2007 
Iowa Advocates for Mental Health Recovery  Sioux City, IA 2008 
Mental Health Client Action Network (MHCAN)  Santa Cruz, CA 2007 
Mental Health Consumer Advocates of Rhode Island, Inc.  Providence, RI 2008 
M-Power  Roxbury, MA 2008 
Snap It Photovoice  Middletown, CT 2007 
South Carolina SHARE  West Columbia, SC 2007 
United Self-Help  Honolulu, HI 2007 
Vermont Psychiatric Survivors  Rutland, VT 2008 
West Virginia Mental Health Consumers' Association  Charleston, WV 2008 
Wings Across Alabama  Montgomery, AL 2008 
You’ve Got a Friend Ohio- Tova's N.E.S.T., Inc.  Columbus, OH 2008 
Youth Champions for Hope   Sacramento, CA 2007 

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