Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Mental Health and Psychosocial Support

Advancing Evidence, Strengthening Resilience

One of the biggest challenges facing victims of torture and those living in emergency contexts is the lack of accessible mental health care and psychosocial support services (MHPSS). We strengthen the evidence base related to MHPSS interventions for use in developing more effective policy and programs.

Our Approach

Learning Collaborative

The MHPSS Learning Collaborative is a global network of stakeholders working to enhance evidence-informed implementation of MHPSS solutions in low-resource settings. The network fosters data liberation and advances uptake of community-level MHPSS interventions through knowledge sharing and strategic partnership.

This video provides an overview of the ISC MHPSS Learning Collaborative’s work processes, membership, accomplishments, and projects around the world.

Community-Based Approaches

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Psychosocial Support Studies