Mental Health ScienceServ

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This ScienceServ explores the emerging science on environmental contributors to mental health issues. We aim to provide a space for health professionals, scientists, researchers, community groups, government agents, and the health-affected to connect, share, and discuss evidence-based research investigating the environmental drivers of psychiatric symptoms and their impact on mental health, neurological, and behavioral problems. We do this by distributing influential research articles and hosting partnership calls featuring new research and innovative efforts to understand, support, or mitigate a wide range of environmental drivers of mental health endpoints.

The ScienceServ is coordinated Maria Williams, CHE’s program manager.

CHE does not take a stance on specific legislation nor sign petitions and the like. Rather, we investigate and discuss the scientific foundation for more health-protective policies in a civil tone. For posting guidelines and etiquette, please see our CHEtiquette.


To join this ScienceServ, please join as a CHE Partner and check the CHE Mental Health option. Current CHE Partners can send an Contact to Contact.

CHE Partners subscribed to the CHE Mental Health ScienceServ can access the ScienceServ archive to view messages previously distributed. Current subscribers of this list can send a message to recipients at Contact