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It Takes a Village: Beating Depression in Our Community

Many people suffer from depression. By depression we mean a period of weeks, months, or years of feeling sad, blue, or experiencing loss of interest in enjoyable activities and having other problems, like difficulty concentrating or low energy. Depression is an illness that can be treated. Communities need not only more options to treat depression, but the options need to be tailored to the needs of each community.

The Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute features CPIC’s work.

Fighting Depression with the Power of Community-PCORI

CPIC was awarded the 2014 Team Science Award by the Association for Clinical and Translational Science and the American Federation for Medical Research!!.

Health Affairs features CPIC’s work (Video 3-2:45).

Official UCLA Press Release

Official RAND Press Release

Dr. David Chambers from the NIMH Talks About CPIC


Upcoming Workshops

September 12, 2014 8:00am - 4:00pm


CPIC collaborative member organizations.

Depression Resources

Links to evidence-based resources and research findings.

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Funding generously provided by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Library of Medicine, California Community Foundation, National Institute of Mental Health, UCLA Clinical and Translational Science Institute.