The organizations on this page focus on many different issues, populations, and interest groups, and often overlap.
These are links to organizations' websites. No two organizations are the same. Explore or search a site to find the information you need. Look for terms like: About Us, What We Do, Our Programs, Where We Work, Our Services, etc.
Note: Some of these links contain disturbing, candid descriptions or depictions of the the problems they address.
Alcohol & Drug Addiction
Brookings Institute-Climate Change & Zika: audio, links, and more
Drug Control & Regulation
International Organization for Migration (IOM): Focused on international migration
Active Minds: “A student-run mental health awareness, education, and advocacy organization designed for the college campus.”
World Health Organization (WHO): A global perspective on mental health issues and solutions
W.K. Kellogg Foundation: Start at the What We Do link
Free the Girls: Works "to provide jobs to survivors of sex trafficking in developing countries by helping them set up micro enterprises selling bras."
Polaris: National Human Trafficking Resource Center
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