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I have been working/volunteering for this nonprofit for 2 years and I can't say enough about what a rewarding experience it is. It's like a family working together for the good of the community. Packing... more
I don't have experience in nonprofit but would like to volunteer during the holidays. Id appreciate learning on how to help. more »
In 1989, I was sexually assaulted while on duty in the Army. From 1997 to 2017, I actively and consistently sought treatment... more »
- Pacific Plsds, CA
First time attending and volunteering for this great organization. Operation TALK was created by a wonderful family in loving... more »
- Tinley park, IL
I completed a three month internship with the Mental Health Association of San Francisco and I am incredibly pleased with my internship... more »
- San Francisco, CA
I have attended several LTN workshops over the past 20 years. They are always staffed by incredibly skilled and compassionate... more »
- San Francisco, CA
V Ridgers wrote:
Youth Homes is an organization that touches the heart. It reaches out to youngsters who really need help, youngsters in the Foster... more »
- Walnut Creek, CA
As a former board member and CEO and now on a commission that funds StarVista, I continue to see the impact that StarVista makes... more »
- San Carlos, CA
Both my wife and I took the program for 2 plus years, and it helped us both greatly. more »
For the past 15 years I have been a donor and a volunteer. I fell in love with the organization many years ago when I saw on... more »
Jeff B. wrote:
In a time of financial distress many States turn to gambling and percieve it as a win/win situation, revenue for the state and... more »
- Washington, DC
One in four Americans experience mental illness in any given year - approximately 57.7 million people. Whether it's general anxiety, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder, mental illness is not easy to live with.
When treated, a mental illness can be easy to cope with. But finding the correct treatment can be especially challenging for a low-income family.
Four of the top ten disabilities are considered to be mental illnesses, and depression is supposed to be the number one disability by 2020. Help prevent a rise in mental illness by volunteering at a mental health nonprofit near you.