OUR VISION

The Change Your Brain Foundation is dedicated to ending mental illness by creating a revolution in brain health. Established in 2008 by Daniel Amen MD, the foundation supports cutting-edge brain-imaging research, brain health educational programs, and funding for treatment for people in need. At the Change Your Brain Foundation we know that you’re not stuck with the brain you have—you can make it better. This insight fuels our commitment to scientific research, educational outreach programs, and cost-free care for people in need.

OUR PURPOSE

  • Fund scientific research to improve our understanding of neuroimaging and its application in psychiatric practice.
  • Educate everyone—but especially children, veterans, and first-responders—on how to improve your brain health.
  • Provide financial support to people in need who require this new treatment model.

WE NEED A RADICAL NEW APPROACH TO THE BRAIN ISSUES
THAT STEAL MINDS AND LIVES!

Since 2000, over 350,000 veterans have sustained a TBI, and the effects on veterans and society will have a 70-year tail. Each day an estimated 16.8 veterans die by suicide.

90% of children and adolescents who die by suicide have a mental health condition. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in youth ages 10 to 34.

1 in 3 seniors die with Alzheimer’s or other forms of dementia. Alzheimer’s disease is expected to triple in the next 30 years with no cure on the horizon.

OUR PARTNERSHIPS

Organizations that complement our mission and help us break the stigma around mental health by furthering our goals to educate everyone on the importance of brain health, conduct cutting-edge research, and help people in need so that everyone can have the great brain that they deserve.

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