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This year the CPNP Foundation Board will be mapping a path for the future in greater collaboration with the CPNP Board, our parent organization. We will be reviewing our current initiatives with a goal of more tightly aligning the CPNP Foundation’s mission and vision with CPNP’s mission and goals and improving operational efficiencies. Read more.
At CPNP 2019, the CPNP Foundation is encouraging all attendees to take action! As psychiatric health care professionals, you know that mental illness is often associated with suicidal thoughts. One small action can make a huge difference and can ultimately save a life! Join us as we work to bring awareness to suicide prevention at CPNP 2019. Read more.
In addition to the #BeThe1To Campaign, the CPNP Foundation will once again be participating in CPNP's Annual Meeting where we will recognize the generous support of our donors and support students and residents through various activities. All four Foundation Defining the Future grant recipients' posters will be displayed during the poster session on Monday, April 8, 2019. Two grant recipients' are also awards finalists and will present platform presentations on Monday, April 8 with the award ceremony taking place later that evening. Read more.
The CPNP Foundation Legacy Partner’s Society is pleased to welcome Gene Makela, PharmD, BCPP, as a brand new legacy partner. He joins an exclusive group of donors who have committed a planned gift to the CPNP Foundation. Dr. Makela is the 8th legacy partner to join the group. Read more.
Thanks to the generous support of the CPNP Foundation, CPNP Past Presidents’ Destiny Fund, and CPNP members, twenty (20) students are receiving $500 in registration and travel support to CPNP 2019. These twenty students were selected by the CPNP Student Committee based on the merits of their applications. Read more.
With your help, the CPNP Foundation collected $41,441 in 2018, surpassing our $40,000 goal. Thank you to everyone who contributed over the past year. The CPNP Foundation envisions a world in which individuals with psychiatric and neurologic disorders receive optimal treatment, live free of stigma, and achieve their full potential, and your donations are being put to great use as we work towards that goal. Read more.
The 2019 Foundation Board year is underway, and the Board of Directors has welcomed five new voting members. Effective January 1, 2019, Elayne Ansara, PharmD, BCPS, BCPP, Monica Mathys, PharmD, BCPP, Michael McGuire, PharmD, BCPP, Paul Price, PharmD, BCPP, and Steve Stoner, PharmD, BCPP join the board for three-year terms. Read more.