The Community Consortium works to promote the full citizenship and civil rights of people with psychiatric disabilities. We do this by working in partnership with people who have been so labeled to raise public awareness about their experiences and their potential to contribute to the vitality and well-being of the community. Through a range of activities including training, evaluation, cultural programming, public policy consultation, technical assistance, public education, mentoring, and self-help initiatives, the Community Consortium works to end marginalization and build inclusive communities.