The Indiana Consortium for Mental Health Services Research (ICMHSR) is an inter-disciplinary program bringing together academic researchers from universities across the country with government leaders, consumers, and advocates to discuss and study the interface of the community and the treatment system. 

The Consortium focuses on developing scholarly and applied research projects pertaining to mental health and related services for people with severe mental disorders. The Consortium is committed to using research to foster public awareness and improving public policy and decision-making regarding these devastating illnesses.

ICMHSR does not provide nor recommend services.

ICMHSR in the News:

April 30, 2015

Bernice Pescosolido, Glenn Close and The College Toolbox Project lead campaign against mental illness stigma.
- insideIU News

April 7, 2015 - Bernice Pescosolido presentation, Context and National Testing of PSAs (video link). From the "Lessons Learned from Diverse Efforts to Change Social Norms" Workshop, March 18, 2015

March 18, 2015 - Bernice Pescosolido presents "Context and National Testing of PSAs" (video link) at National Research Council meeting, Washington DC.

March 17, 2015 - IU sociologist Bernice Pescosolido appointed to National Academy of Sciences committee

February 25, 2015

Bernice Pescosolido, IUNI Co-Director, presented "The College Toolbox Project: Introduction and Early Insights from Participants" at the 7th International Conference - Together Against Stigma: Each Mind Matters, held in San Francisco, CA. (Photos, L-R: Bernice Pescosolido, Heather Stuart, Julio Arboleda-Florez, Annie Blaine. Bernice Pescosolido, Annie Blaine, Pamela Harrington, Jack Martin)

People magazine: How Glenn Close Saved Her Sister's Life

Indiana University announces $7 million investment in new network science institute

IU Imagine magazine feature: Fighting the Stigma of Mental Illness

Bernice Pescosolido at TEDxBloomington: "A Community Safety Net to Prevent Rampage Shootings" (video link)

Study: Public Feels More Negative Toward People With Drug Addiction Than Those With Mental Illness

Study findings cited by The President's National Conference on Mental Health, and new BringChange2Mind PSA

American Journal of Public Health piece featured in "Huffington Post"