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Give Today Together, We Build Hope!
Because of you, people with serious mental health conditions have felt renewed hope, have discovered their own resilience, and have changed their own lives.
I am one of those people. I’m really grateful for your support. Your gift to MHASP makes possible the resources and programs that are helping me in my recovery.
Please Make a gift so that, together, we can help others.
At MHASP, I met James, a Certified Peer Specialist. James shared with me that he had been in some of the same situations as I had, dealing with mental health issues, with the way they are traditionally treated. I saw that James could do it--recover his life--and I began to believe I could do it, too, AND that anyone could do it!
When someone who knows what you are going through believes in you, it changes everything.
Now I work for MHASP as a Recovery Learning Specialist helping adults in recovery. Experiences that James shared or ways that he has helped me, I can pass along to other participants. With your support, we can do this together!
Recovery Learning Specialist
Your gift will do so much to build hope for people in recovery!
$5,000 provides one year of individualized peer support.
$2,500 provides one month of group peer support for 20 individuals.
$800 provides one month of support and assistance to 12 families.
$400 provides one month of telephone support for 20 individuals.
$100 provides one month of budget and financial support for one individual.
Every gift will be used in its entirety to support the work of MHASP.
This past year, with your support, 3,500 people in our community have been making their own choices to support their mental health recovery.
1,784 found peer support at an MHASP Recovery Learning Center
452 developed recovery plans, including those experiencing homelessness and transitions from incarceration
551, along with family members learned how to support one another
752 took charge of their financial well being
482 families and youth got assistance navigating schools and behavioral health systems
579 became better advocates for themselves and their family
45 charted a path to independence from MHA transitional housing