Mon, June 5th, 2017 7:00–9:30PM All proceeds go to benefit Disaster Psychiatry Outreach’s next grant to support research and service in disaster mental health. The Human Rights Resilience Project Human rights advocates play a critical role in documenting abuses and bringing violators to justice, yet this work often exposes advocates to trauma, taking serious toll on […]
Eion Bailey is currently appearing in the hit television shows, Once Upon a Time and Ray Donovan. GoFundMe website www.gofundme.com/dponepal1 to donate – help us reach our goal!
Disaster Psychiatry Outreach announces two significant partnerships relating to the ongoing fight against ebola. More Than Me is an organization caring for young girls in Liberia. The founder and CEO, Katie Meyler, has been recognized as an ebola fighter and TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year. DPO is offering one-on-one support to More Than Me staff and training for […]
Friday, October 3rd 8:00 am – 5:00PM Kings County Hospital 451 Clarkson Ave, Brooklyn, New York 11203 Get directions Announcing the 6th Annual Disaster Psychiatry Conference! Don’t forget to register! Time for Early Bird rates is running out! Take advantage of the $250 early bird rate for psychiatrists ($350 after September 1) Are you a psychologist, social […]
DPO is very excited about our upcoming annual fundraiser. Here are some of the items that you could win during our Silent Auction. Out sincerest thanks to all who so generously donated them. Wine Basket Value: $250 Starting Bid: $125 Donated By: Linda Paradiso, DPO Board Member The DPO board has personally selected fine wine from […]
June 21, 2014 6–9 pm Main Lobby, Philippine Center 556 Fifth Avenue NY, NY 10036 Disaster Psychiatry Outreach is a well established disaster mental health relief organization. Our mission is to alleviate suffering in the aftermath of disaster through the expertise and good will of psychiatrists. To fulfill this mission, DPO responds to catastrophes, provides […]
Our thoughts are with the survivors of the Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. We are closely watching the situation develop and working with the local (New York-based) medical volunteers on providing “just in time” training as they are heading to the Philippines. We are planning on providing additional support as the situation develops. If you […]