Innate Health Research is a non-profit consulting group dedicated to changing the way people think about mental health so that all people can access hope, clarity, and the power to create change. We drive collaborative projects that investigate the power of simple, creative, mental health solutions and—we share what works.
I want to build evidence, enroll new clients, and broaden my impact.
I want to expand my research, engage with innovative partners, and build social impact.
I want to accelerate change, impact the world, and help more people flourish.
We build evidence-based, peer-reviewed research to increase awareness and access to innate health programming.
Read more about this gold-standard research examining the efficacy of SPARK, a social-emotional learning program, in middle schools across 3 states, with 2000 students, and through a randomized control design.
Making a difference in the world can take many guises. As a small community interest company, we have been grateful for the support and direction of Innate Health Research. The importance of evidencing what works (and what doesn’t) is essential to getting our work into a wider field within the criminal justice system. The team at Innate Health Research has been professional, understanding, supportive, and immensely valuable to our endeavors. We look forward to an ongoing relationship and commend this team if you are thinking about researching your projects.
I started working with Innate Health Research to get some independent quantitative outcome measures for our online program. I am so impressed by the team’s creativity, experience, responsiveness, and adaptability. I feel they are in my corner and go above and beyond to manage the project and develop relationships with a range of stakeholders—even when tricky and challenging. I would highly recommend working with Innate Health Research as they combine unusual research expertise and rigor with a more entrepreneurial and creative ability to partner with you.
We work closely with practitioners, academics and funders to provide research-backed evidence for innate health. If you’d like to work with us on a project, please get in touch
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