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CAP-EDU: Public Education Programs For Mental Health And Wellness

Purpose: CAP-EDU’s purpose is to promote public education programs for mental health in Colorado. Programs may be face-to-face or online. 

Audience: CAP-EDU’s target audience is adults and mental health professionals in Colorado seeking to learn more about mental health topics from a credible source.

Presenters: CAP-EDU engages qualified mental health, wellness, and related professionals to present programs. Programs include talks, webinars, workshops, seminars, etc. Benefits to presenters include brand building and awareness with the wellness community.

Marketing: CAP-EDU promotes mental health programs via its events calendar on the CAP-EDU website, social media, and an opt-in email list.

Programs: CAP-EDU programs are informational; they are NOT medical advice or psychotherapy and create no client-patient relationship. CAP-EDU programs conform to the CAP-EDU program policy.

Event Fees: CAP-EDU programs may be free, request a donation, or charge a fee. Program cost is specified in each event posting.

Presenter Agreement: A presenter agreement is required between CAP-EDU and the presenter(s) when CAP-EDU collects fees or donations for the event. The agreement defines the fee split with the presenter and other event requirements.

Organization: CAP-EDU is a 501(c)(3) educational charity incorporated in the State of Colorado as “Colorado Association of Psychotherapists NP”. CAP-EDU is managed by its board of directors. CAP-EDU is a volunteer organization with no paid staff. Operating costs, including presenter fees, are paid by donations and event ticket sales. 

Allied Organization: CAP-EDU, an educational nonprofit, is an independent corporation that is allied with the Colorado Association of Psychotherapists (CAP), a 501(c)(6) lobbying organization. CAP-EDU’s mission is public education about mental health, CAP’s purpose is to lobby for mental health issues in Colorado. CAP-EDU and CAP are independent organizations with a common interest to promote diverse and credible mental health practices in Colorado. 


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