What We Do
The mission is to promote community awareness and support for caregivers/support persons of those living with mental health challenges; to educate on the importance of seeking peer and professional mental health support, and to stress the importance of early intervention regarding mental health treatment.
What We Do
We are a 501(c3) Nonprofit Organization committed to advocating for improving the quality of life of those suffering with bipolar disorder and/or depression, and their families.
Temporary Respite for family members and caregivers that need to stress-down.
Individual and family support services.
Peer to Peer/Virtual support groups.
Our solution is framed around a comprehensive and holistic approach that addresses the issues surrounding bipolar disorder and any chronic mental illness.
Peer to Peer Support is What Guides Us
To create a world where mental illness is as accepted and embraced as any chronic illness, and where those affected by the illness are provided with the necessary tools and support.
The cardinal principles that will guide: are commitment to work tirelessly to defend the rights of the mentally ill; and to advocate for resources that increase the quality of life of those suffering with bipolar disorder, their families, and the caregivers that support them.