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Donate today to the Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health (ITR)

Your generous support of the Institute for Translational Research is more critical than ever, helping us attract the very best scholars and students. Support for our research and training programs enhances and contributes to our nationally recognized research prevention interventions and treatment in children’s mental health.

THE IMPACT OF ITR

We bridge the gap from research to practice in children’s mental health by applying research findings in the lab, experimental designs in the field, and evidence-based training and awareness building in the community.

The Mission of The Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health (ITR) is to advance quality research, evidence-based clinical training, and information dissemination focused on children’s mental health and development ages 0 to 18. Through associated centers and programs, ITR serves systems that interface with and impact the mental health of children and families.

What Your Gift Can Do

Your tax-deductible support for ITR provides us with the resources to improve the well being of children and families by discovering and delivering solutions to child maltreatment and other traumas, expanding quality services for traumatized children and families, and delivering prevention interventions.

GIVING IS EASY

The easiest way to support the ITR is to give online right here. Select the fund below that you want to support, either the general Institute for Translational Research in Children’s Mental Health fund or the After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools (ADAPT4U) fund.

You may also send a check or money order payable to the University of Minnesota, along with a letter designating the recipient of the gift.

University of Minnesota Foundation
McNamara Alumni Center
University of Minnesota Gateway
200 Oak St SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455-2010

 

Choose a Fund

Institute for Translational Research (ITR) in Children’s Mental Health Fund (#21143)

Support the Institute for Translational Research (ITR) in Children’s Mental Health, serving systems that interface with and impact the mental health of children and families.

ADAPT and Family Resilience Fund (#8038)

Support ADAPT (After Deployment: Adaptive Parenting Tools), a project lead by Dr. Abi Gewirtz that partners with the MN National Guard and Reserves to develop and test parenting resources for families of school-aged children who have gone through the deployment process.