The Front Porch Project

We are a community of peers, healthcare providers, family members, and researchers coming together to understand what works in mental health. Based in southeast Ohio, we support peer-driven research and social advocacy that leads to rural community members having access to the information that they need to make informed choices and provide exceptional support in mental health.

Our leadership, Governing Board, and collaborators have the combined skills and passion to successfully engage peers and stakeholders in meaningful and relevant research studies and to create avenues for communication and advocacy around what works in mental health.

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