International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership (IIMHL)
as a government-to-government initiative of 7 governments: England, USA, New Zealand, Scotland, Ireland, Australia and Canada.
Provide a single international point of reference of for key mental health leaders; strengthen workforce development and mentoring of mental health leaders; identify and disseminate best management and operation practices; foster innovation and creativity; expand the knowledge of building community capacity, implementing best practices for consumer recovery and expanding methodologies for integration with other health and social systems; promote international collaboration and research; provide assistance to international organizations and sponsoring countries to build low and middle income countries to increase their ability to operate community based recovery systems.
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Sponsoring Country Leadership Group (SCLG), comprising representatives from each country as well as IIMHL Director and President/CEO and Board Chair of Mental Health Corporations of America (MHCA).
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