Beacon Prescriptions New Britain Presents CMHA's Run for Recovery: Bee a Champion for Mental Health

  • 06.10.2017 @ 09:00 AM
  • New Britain, Connecticut
Evelyn Jacobs's Fundraising Page
Hi everyone - I'm raising funds for CMHA's third annual 5K fundraiser. CMHA relies on the generosity of our donors, friends, and supporters to help us bring vital treatment and care to adults, children, and families in central and northwest Connecticut who are struggling with mental health and/or substance dependence illnesses. Everyone knows someone - either in their own family, workplace, school, church, sports team, you name it - that has experienced some form of mental health issue - whether it be depression, anxiety, alcoholism, drug dependence, gambling, etc. Without the help of a great organization like ours, many people would continue to suffer from the effects of these conditions. That's why your donation is so important. You can help a child who has been abused get the needed, specialized counseling, or you could help a teen mother with a substance use issue recover from addiction, keep her baby, and keep her on track to graduate high school. These are just a few examples of the great work CMHA does everyday to help struggling people in our communities. Please give generously. Thank you.
Funds Raised
$100 / $250 (40%)
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About Run for Recovery: Bee a Champion for Mental Health
ALL proceeds from the Run for Recovery support CMHA's programs and services to better the lives of adults, children and families living with mental illness and addiction issues. Now more than ever, support is needed for vital mental health care treatment in our communities. Community Mental Health Affiliates, Inc. (CMHA) is a private non-profit treatment provider headquartered in New Britain, with 12 locations in 3 cities throughout northwest and central Connecticut. CMHA partners with clients and the community to promote recovery from mental illness and addiction, treating more than 6,100 adults and children each year. CMHA is Connecticut’s first fully Joint Commission accredited Behavioral Health Home.
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My Donators!
Peter Burk
Evie are a great American!
John Ivan
You go, girl!
Lynn & Dan Rouleau
Bee a Champion. Bee = sounds like Beach. I vote for Mental Health at Misquamicut, baby!