We are saddened by the loss of two high-profile talents earlier this month who brought so much joy to the world through their very unique talents and gifts.
The CDC released new statistics this month announcing that suicide rates had jumped 30 percent since 1999. We are experiencing a mental health crisis in our country and in our community.
For more than 20 years, our organization has worked tirelessly to train the next generation of talented therapists who can help people struggling with a host of mental health issues. We all struggle. Mental health issues are real and these problems don’t discriminate who they effect.
We believe mental health care should not be a luxury service. Our donors believe that, too, and we are so grateful for their support.
Now more than ever we need to listen to those around us. We need to know who to call for help. To get involved or support our work, visit our Support Us tab on this website.