Support Mental Health

What Your Gift Can Provide

Support local mental health by making a gift to the Foundation today.

TO DONATE ONLINE CICK HERE

What your gift can provide for an adult struggling with a mental illness…

  • A place to live…
  • Food for a group home resident…
  • Food for an entire treatment group…
  • Linens, blankets, towels…
  • Day Treatment activities such as going to the park, art classes, team recreational activities…
  • Participation in special events such as Valentine’s day, the annual summer picnic, Thanksgiving dinner, Christmas presents…
  • Hygiene supplies package such as soap, toothpaste, deodorant…
  • Clothes…
  • A haircut… and other basic needs for adults.

What your gift can provide for a child struggling with an emotional or mental challenge…

  • Therapeutic toys…
  • Treatment outings to go bowling, skating, to a park…
  • Underwriting for treatment services…
  • Food for a child while at the summer day program…
  • A complete outfit…
  • A haircut… and other basic needs for children.

Your gift can also help with the operational needs of the Mental Health Center…

  • Landscaping supplies…
  • Furniture for offices, group homes, and waiting lobbies…
  • General office supplies…
  • General maintenance supplies…
  • Facilities maintenance… and other basic operational needs.

TO DONATE ONLINE CLICK HERE

TO DONATE BY PURCHASING A TREE OF LIFE LEAF CLICK HERE

TO DONATE BY CHECK, please make your check out to ‘Foundation for Mental Health’ and mail it to: Foundation for Mental Health, 1316 Somerville Road, SE, Ste. 1, Decatur, Alabama 35601-4317. To designated your gift for a specific program or purpose, simply state so on the note line of your check. For example: “For children’s services”…”client picnic”…”for adult food” and the like.

If you have any questions or would like to discuss a donation, please call a Foundation for Mental Health development officer at (256) 260-7325 or send an email to Foundation@mhcnca.org. Thank you for your support and thank you for helping to make the Mental Health Center of North Central Alabama a vital part of the community.