Through education, we work to promote the civil and human rights of people with psychiatric disabilities, and to provide the tools to facilitate genuine community integration for people who use mental health services.

Community Consortium members are people with psychiatric histories and their allies. Our multi-cultural team has decades of combined experience as advocates, public mental health officials, planners, clinicians, self-help leaders, trainers, community organizers, program developers, and evaluators. We offer services to help end marginalization and build truly inclusive communities where people with psychiatric disabilities feel welcome.
more about us and our mission

  • Curriculum development, training and mentoring
  • Dynamic Presentations for Conferences & Meetings
  • Consultation Services for Community Integration
  • Cultural and Historical Projects
  • Peer-centered Evaluation Services

more about our services and past work

From "The Lives They Left Behind: Suitcases from a State Hospital Attic"

CC Chair Ron Bassmanís New Book Widely Acclaimed read more

Alternatives Beyond Psychiatry Presented in New Book read more

The Lives They Left Behind goes on the road schedule & more info