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The Curtis Center's Mission is to eliminate mental health and health care access disparities with the aim of helping underserved populations live longer, healthier, and more productive lives.
The Curtis Center collaborates with faculty, university-community partners and students to create social change through research and evaluation excellence.
The Center provides:
I am grateful for the opportunity to join the Curtis Center as director and would like to express my commitment to create and reinforce an environment that promotes the achievement of meaningful discoveries that improve the lives of people in need.
I would like to first acknowledge and express my gratitude for all of Joe Himle’s work as the center’s first director (2009-2015). The center has a strong infra-structure and a core of exceptionally talented staff. I look forward to further realizing the center’s potential and establishing it as a world class research institute worthy of its location on the campus of a world class university. Our first step in achieving this goal will be to engage in a strategic planning initiative that will focus on positioning the Curtis Center toward the advancement of the mission of our school and the goals of our profession for the 21st century.
I welcome those of you who share my commitment to research that enhances people’s lives and changes society to join in the activities of the Curtis Center
Bradley J. Zebrack
Director, The Vivian A. and James L. Curtis School of Social Work Research and Training Center