- 10/66 Dementia Research Network
- AIIMS, New Delhi, India
- Asha Hospitals, Hyderabad, India
- Athma Hospital & Research Centre, Trichy, India
- Central Institute of Mental Health, Mannheim, Germany
- Chengelpet Medical College, Chengelpet, India Nirmitee , Satara, India
- Clinical Epidemiology Unit, Chennai Medical College & INDIACLEN
- Crichton Royal Hospital, Dumfries, Scotland
- Depart of Genetics, Dr. ALM. PG. Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Madras, India
- Douglas Hospital, McGill University, Canada
- HelpAge India and Family Welfare, Govt. of India
- Indian Council of Medical Research
- Indian Council of Social Science Research
- Institute of Psychiatry, Kings College, UK
- Int. Development Research Centre ,Canada
- Johns Hopkins University, USA
- London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, UK
- MV Diabetes Research Institute, Chennai, India
- National Commission for Women, New Delhi.
- NIMHANS, Bangalore,
- NMHP, Ministry of Health Sciences, New Delhi.
- Oxfam India
- Parivarthan, Satara, India
- Plan International, India
- Queensland Centre for Mental Health Research, Australia
- Rajiv Gandhi Institute for Youth development, Sreeperambadur, India
- Sangath, Goa. India
- Sneha (suicide prevention), Chennai, India
- Stanford University, USA
- Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India Sir Dorabji Tata Trust, Mumbai, India Tata Education Trust
- University of Ibadan, Nigeria
- University of Queensland, Australia
- University of West Indies, Trinidad & Tobago
- Vazhikathe Mental health centre, Coimbatore, India
- World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation (WAPR)
- World Psychiatric Association
- World Health Organization, Geneva: WHO SEARO, New Delhi.
SCARF is one of the centres which offers block placement and training for students of Social work, psychology, Occupational therapy and Nursing. The students are exposed topractical programmes of treatment and rehabilitation of the chronic mentally ill apart from theory classes. All this is for a nominal fee.
A number of students from outside India have also trained here for varying periods of time.
We have also trained Primary Care physicians, multi-purpose workers and health workers in both urban and rural areas to enable early detection.
As part of our collaboration with the Disability Commissioner, Govt. of Tamil nadu , we have been training several groups of professionals including doctors, PHC personnel, nurses, staff of NGOs and teachers.
Eminent neuroscientist Dr.V.Ramachandran from the USA delivering a lecture at SCARF