Celebrating over two decades of research funding, the Music Festival for Brain Health is one of America’s most important fund-raising events, benefiting One Mind to support research, education, treatment, and to raise awareness about brain disorders.

To donate or pledge Offline, text Cindy at (707) 266-4885. 

This year’s Music Festival Fund-a-Need will support One Mind and two critical initiatives that will enable trauma survivors to regain their health and move forward in their lives.

Heroes Health - In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, One Mind is working with Google, the University of North Carolina (UNC), Harvard and other leading institutions on an app-based health assessment system that is already saving lives. Heroes’ Health monitors the mental health of frontline healthcare workers and connects them with mental health resources. The mental health tracking process and the high-end data analysis required to do so successfully was enabled by the established methods developed by the AURORA study.

AURORA - Based out of UNC, AURORA is the most comprehensive trauma study ever undertaken, supported by 40 leading scientists from 19 institutions including Harvard, Vanderbilt and many others. AURORA applies the latest tools in physiology, genomics, neuroimaging, and wearable technology (donated in-kind by Google) to achieve the quantum leap in personalized medical care that trauma survivors so desperately need.

Our loved ones, families, and society deserve the opportunity to grow mentally healthy and emotionally strong. Working together, we will kindle a brighter future for us all. 

“The momentum continues to grow as we search for the causes and cures of brain disorders,” said Garen Staglin, Chairman of One Mind. “Each year we continue to fund important research, while raising awareness and reducing discrimination, all of which are critically important in helping lead to advances and improvements in brain health.”

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Celebrating over two decades of research funding, the Music Festival for Brain Health is one of America’s most important fund-raising events, benefiting One Mind to support research, education, treatment, and to raise awareness about brain disorders.

To donate or pledge Offline, text Cindy at (707) 266-4885. 

This year’s Music Festival Fund-a-Need will support One Mind and two critical initiatives that will enable trauma survivors to regain their health and move forward in their lives.

Heroes Health - In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, One Mind is working with Google, the University of North Carolina (UNC), Harvard and other leading institutions on an app-based health assessment system that is already saving lives. Heroes’ Health monitors the mental health of frontline healthcare workers and connects them with mental health resources. The mental health tracking process and the high-end data analysis required to do so successfully was enabled by the established methods developed by the AURORA study.

AURORA - Based out of UNC, AURORA is the most comprehensive trauma study ever undertaken, supported by 40 leading scientists from 19 institutions including Harvard, Vanderbilt and many others. AURORA applies the latest tools in physiology, genomics, neuroimaging, and wearable technology (donated in-kind by Google) to achieve the quantum leap in personalized medical care that trauma survivors so desperately need.

Our loved ones, families, and society deserve the opportunity to grow mentally healthy and emotionally strong. Working together, we will kindle a brighter future for us all. 

“The momentum continues to grow as we search for the causes and cures of brain disorders,” said Garen Staglin, Chairman of One Mind. “Each year we continue to fund important research, while raising awareness and reducing discrimination, all of which are critically important in helping lead to advances and improvements in brain health.”