Who we are

 
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Simply put, at IAM we are working to make the world a better place for those impacted by mental illness.

At IAM, we use innovation to improve mental health care for people and our services draw on our 40 year experience in mental health care.

Built on our foundation of 40 years of providing mental health services and support to people impacted by mental illness, we know first-hand the struggles facing those living with and supporting those with serious mental health challenges.

At IAM, we envision a society that helps anyone impacted by mental health issues thrive. We call this vision redesigning society for better mental health. This means creating environments that are more inclusive, positive and accepting for people with mental illness, and within our innovation platform, partnering with others to create solutions that can improve mental wellbeing.

What we believe in: 

At IAM, we believe in a community that works together supporting people with mental illness and expanding opportunities for better mental health. IAM’s values, below, support this work:
 
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Partnership
We believe that we are better together, not alone.
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Innovation:
We question what’s not working and move fast to create meaningful change.
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Integrity:
We work for better mental health with unwavering candor, compassion, and respect, always.
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Impact:
We listen to what people need so that together, we can deliver real solutions for real lives. 
 

Our Strategy: 

Fueled by our passion, expertise, history, and partnerships, we will:
  • Impact change to create a responsive, inclusive, agile mental health system
  • Develop & strengthen new, existing and innovative partnerships
  • Create responsive & impactful solutions to current and future mental health problems