HEARD Alliance | Who We Are
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Who We Are

About HEARD Alliance

The HEARD Alliance is located on the Peninsula in the San Francisco Bay Area.   We are a community alliance of health care professionals, including primary care and mental health providers. We work in various settings, including clinics, hospitals, private practices, schools, government and private organizations.heard alliance 1 -cropped

Our Mission:

The HEARD Alliance’s mission is to increase collaboration amongst primary care, mental health and educational professionals, to enhance the community’s ability to promote well-being, to treat depression and related conditions and to prevent suicide in adolescents and young adults.

Our Website:

This website is a place for primary care, mental health, school professionals, and families to access and use resources created or compiled by the HEARD Alliance. Although the HEARD Alliance is focused on the peninsula region in the San Francisco Bay Area, the vast majority of our resources are relevant for users anywhere.

The resources included here have been created or compiled by the HEARD Alliance and many of them are relevant for adults as well as teens and children.  All tools included here may be used free of charge and without copyright restriction. Tools posted here that were created by the American Academy of Pediatrics are available by special permission for all website users.

Special Acknowledgement: The HEARD Alliance would like to thank Sarah Klem and Kavita Prasad for their dedication and contributions to the revision of the website.

Financial Support

Supported by a planning grant from Stanford Medical Center funded by Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Stanford University School of Medicine and Stanford Hospital & Clinics.

If you have any corrections to this website or would like to inform us about how your community uses these resources, please contact us.