WHAT IS MAPP?
The Maine Association of Psychiatric Physicians (MAPP) is the Maine District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association, and the only professional organization of psychiatry and psychiatrists dedicated to the state of Maine.
OUR MISSION is to improve the treatment, rehabilitation and care of persons with mental disorders, to provide leadership and to promote and advocate for the professional interests of its members and patient care.
WHAT DOES MAPP DO?
(a) to improve the treatment, rehabilitation, and care of persons with mental disorders (including mental retardation and substance-related disorders);
(b) to promote the best interests of patients and those actually or potentially making use of mental health services;
(c) to advance the standards of all psychiatric services and facilities;
(d) to promote research, professional education in psychiatry and allied fields, and the prevention of psychiatric disabilities;
(e) to foster the cooperation of all who are concerned with the medical, psychological, social, and legal aspects of mental health and illness;
(f) to make psychiatric knowledge available to practitioners of medicine, to scientists, and to the public;
(g) to promote the common professional interests of our members; and
(h) to advocate for our members.
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