INWF provides education on mental wellness through the dissemination of facts, charts, graphs, and statistics. INWF provides this information by presenting interviews, lectures, town hall meetings, and slideshows at public venues. These presentations focus on the causes, impacts, current efforts and solutions to chronic mental health issues, elimination of stigma and discrimination, advancement of education, and providing relief to the poor. Education also highlights the geographical, economical, and social aspects of mental health disparity. In-field trainings are provided to help fight our cause and promote mental insight. We take advantage of various social platforms.
Education is offered by professionals such as doctors, psychiatric mental health nurse practitioners, pharmacist, healthcare administrator, nurses, educators, and activists in the same or related field(s). By offering educational events as well as our publications and website, INWF will continue to educate the public on subjects useful to individuals and beneficial to the community and advocate and defend human and civil rights secured by law.