Joseph J. Laurencelle Memorial Foundation
“It has been estimated that nearly one in five persons will go through a period of serious depression during their lifetime, and research increasingly indicates that many of these people had their first encounter with depression as teenagers.”

JJLMF is proud to work with some of the nation’s leading experts in the field of depression and other mental illnesses.

University of Michigan Depression Center
The University of Michigan Depression Center aims to become a model for the nation and world, provide leadership in basic neurosciences, translate new findings more rapidly into clinical practice, and develop innovative public health initiatives. The Depression Center works with JJLMF to provide education and educational experiences to teens, parents and school personnel.

Wayne State University
JJLMF works in collaboration with Wayne State University’s Department of Psychiatry, which provides free psychiatric help to those age 18 and under who qualify. For more information,
call 313-745-4645.

WSU’s Dr. David Rosenberg also appeared in the documentary “No Ordinary Joe: Erasing the Stigma of Mental Illness.” A highly-regarded professor and chief of the university’s Child Psychiatry and Psychology department, Dr. Rosenberg has spent his career researching and treating mental illness in child and adolescent populations.

Community Mental Health
JJLMF is also part of the coalition that includes CMH, and is growing in Oakland County, Michigan.

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Crisis Hotline 800-231-1127