The National Association for Rural Mental Health over the years has
produced several publications that serve as a reference point for the field
of rural mental health. The special issues publications below are examples
of these efforts.
- Journal of Rural Mental Health (JRMH) is the scholarly journal of the
National Association of Rural Mental Health and is published on-line.
The mission of the JRMH is to provide an archival peer-reviewed publication
that includes paper pertaining to rural mental health research, practice,
and policy. Submissions may take a number of forms such as reports of
original research, theoretical or review articles, program descriptions,
first-person articles by consumers/survivors, book and media reviewed,
creative efforts, and letters to the editor. The JRMH is published two
times per year in June and December. Authors interested in submitting
their work are asked to do so through the JRMH online submission process at