NARMH Conference Exhibitors

Special Exhibitor

3208 West Lake St
Minneapolis, MN 55416

PsychMDs Collaborative Care is a rapid online Psychiatry consult service for rural outpatient Primary Care Providers (MD/NP/PA), offering clarification and guidance for the care of patients with psychiatric conditions. Folowing comprehensive review of the patient’s records as submitted by the Primary Care provider, PsychMDs provides a timely, clearly written report summarizing the case and providing personalized recommendations to help guide the treatment of the patient. Normally, PsychMDs can complete a consult within a few business days. PsychMDs aims to expand access to Psychiatry expertise and improve the quality of mental health care in rural areas.

PTSD Consultation Program 
215 North Main St
White River Junction, Vermont 05009

The PTSD Consultation Program at the VA National Center for PTSD offers consultations, continuing education, assessment tools, and other resources at no cost to providers who treat Veterans with PTSD. Contact the PTSD Consultation Program’s expert clinicians by email ( or phone (866-948-7880) to receive help with PTSD-related questions.

Standard Exhibitor

Healing Voices 
3 Nantucket Place
Grafton, MA 01519

Directed by PJ Moynihan and Co-Produced by Oryx Cohen, Healing Voices is an award winning social action documentary that asks the question, "What are we talking about when we talk about mental illness." Healing Voices has been screened over 500 times in over 15 countries and is now available to own.

United States University 
7576 Mission Valley Rd
San Diego, California 92108

USU is a regionally accredited, student-centered university that empowers every student to succeed. We offer an accessible, nurturing and student-focused education experience to any student – regardless of circumstance – who desires progress in their personal or professional lives. Our diverse faculty forge personal relationships with students, mentoring them throughout their entire educational journey. With small class sizes, 24/7 access and support, and scholarship opportunities, USU is an inclusive community of learning dedicated to the personal and professional growth of our students and graduates.

VA Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (OMHSP) 
433 East Monroe Avenue
Alexandria, Virginia 22301

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Office of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention (OMHSP) is dedicated to providing access to quality mental health care and preventing suicide among our Nation’s Veterans. Across VA’s integrated health care system, the Department provides a multitude of resources that offer Veterans the support they deserve. Key resources include, which connects Veterans and their families and friends with information and tools for helping manage many of life’s challenges and the Veterans Crisis Line, which provides free, confidential support for Veterans at acute risk for suicide 24/7 by phone, text, or online chat at