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Mack Center on Mental Health & Social Conflict

 

 

 

 

About the Mack Center on Mental Health and Social Conflict

The Mack Center on Mental Health and Social Conflict is:

  • reaching out to the vulnerable in conflict settings, 
  • helping meet the needs of those with mental health issues in conflict settings,
  • and designing solutions to mental health problems caused by social conflict.

The Center is a part of Berkeley Social Welfare and was founded in July 2009.

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Mission + Objectives

Center Expertise

Donor + Contributor: Florence Krenz Mack and Mack Estate Executor Otto Weiss

Center Staff

International Advisory Board

Current Projects

Collaborators

Mental Health and Social Welfare Research Group

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About the First Picture: The Boab Prison Tree, Derby is a large hollow Adansonia gregorii (Boab) tree just south of Derby, Western Australia. It is reputed to have been used in the 1890s as a lockup for Indigenous Australian prisoners on their way to Derby for sentencing.