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Inner Well-Being



Launched in 2015, BrainFutures works to accelerate access to science-based, brain health innovations that improve human outcomes. BrainFutures envisions a future where effective brain health practices are widely accessible to people of all ages, enabling advancements in learning, enhancement of cognitive performance, prevention of debilitating brain conditions and effective treatment of mental health and substance use conditions. Led by a cross-disciplinary advisory board of experts, BrainFutures fills a critical gap by providing rigorous analysis of practical advances in brain health.
SafeSpace, Menlo Park


SafeSpace educates young people to advocate for mental health awareness to peers and families in their community. By supporting youth to engage openly with their local schools, communities, and peers, they promote mental well-being, reduced stigma, and solutions to enhance the lives of all young people.
UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine, California

UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine

In 1998, UCSF established the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine to blend proven conventional and complementary medicine approaches from around the world. The Osher Center trains integrative health leaders and conducts and disseminates research. The faculty and staff value whole-person care, equity, compassion, and collaboration. Their vision is to nurture health and inspire well-being in all people.
Psychedelic Sciences Funders Collaborative

Psychedelic Sciences Funders Collaborative (PSFC)

Psychedelic Science Funders Collaborative supports research on and clinical trials of physician-prescribed psychedelic medicines and patient access to these treatments. Begun in 2017, PSFC evaluates funding opportunities, advises scientists and organizations, and works to advance clinical approval of psychedelics. Existing psychiatric treatments fail to address the suffering of the hundreds of millions of people worldwide affected by conditions such as PTSD, depression, and addiction. Their work is intended to expand the treatment options available to those suffering from these chronic diseases.
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