The IOCDF is proud to partner with trusted organizations whose work aligns with our mission to improve the lives of those affected by OCD and related disorders.

Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy offers CME/CE for psychiatrists, nurses and other health care professionals. MGH Psychiatry Academy’s course offerings complement the IOCDF’s existing Training Institute, offering introductory courses to help prepare clinicians for the comprehensive 3-day Behavior Therapy Training Institute (BTTI).

Peace of Mind Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to improving the quality of life of OCD sufferers and caregivers through education, research, support, and advocacy. Founded by Elizabeth McIngvale, the foundation created and subsidizes the OCD Challenge, a self-help website.

PsyberGuide ( is a non-profit website reviewing smartphone applications and other digital mental health products. Its goal is to help people make responsible and informed decisions about the technologies they use for management of mental health. PsyberGuide is committed to ensuring that this information is available to all, and that it is free of preference, bias, or endorsement.

UNSTUCK: an OCD kids movie is an award-winning short film that documents OCD strictly through the eyes of young people. The short documentary avoids sensationalizing compulsions and obsessions, and instead reveals the complexity of a disorder that affects the brain and behavior. As the group resilient kids and teens roadmap their process of recovery, the film inspires viewers to believe it is possible to fight their worst fears and beat back OCD.

NeedyMeds educates and empowers those seeking affordable healthcare. As a national non-profit, NeedyMeds achieves its mission by providing information on healthcare programs, offering direct assistance and facilitating programs.

ResearchMatch is a free online recruitment and education platform designed to promote the completion of clinical trials by matching people interested in research with researchers throughout the United States. Funded by the National Institutes of Health’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences, ResearchMatch is disease-neutral and institution-neutral so that participants with and without health problems can be included and valued.
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