The Trimbos Institute conducts research on issues related to mental health and addiction. The experts at the Trimbos Institute put research findings into practice to support policymakers, educators, and professionals who provide mental health and addiction services.
The Trimbos Institute develops, implements, and disseminates a full range of information, research findings, and policy advice on mental illness, addictions, recreational drugs, and alcohol for a diverse set of stakeholders, such as clients, caregivers, service providers, decision makers, and the general public. This information includes health education information, academic reports and journal articles, training manuals and courses for healthcare professionals, and guidelines for policymakers.
Researchers and specialists from Trimbos work according to disease management models, centering on collaborative, client-centered, evidence-based, coordinated care. The Trimbos Institute focuses on monitoring, prevention, and treatment, and on the quality and organization of care.