Introducing Our New Evening Community Wellness Program!
Click HERE for more information and calendar
It's not too late for a year-end gift!
and bring Holiday Cheer to an individual or family
living with a mental health challenge.
from the Mental Wellness Center
During this season of gratitude and holiday cheer, we would like to express our sincere appreciation for YOU, a member of our Mental Wellness Center Extended Family. We are grateful that you stand beside us, advocating for mental health, reducing stigma, and supporting mental wellness in the community of Santa Barbara.
As a donor to the Mental Wellness Center, you will truly be a blessing in the lives of those we serve and your support is so meaningful to our Wellness Heroes who benefit directly from year-end contributions: our Clients, Residents, Families, those we have educated about mental health, our Employment Services clients, and our Fellowship Club and Community Wellness Program Members. Pictured above are some of our Fellowship Club Members and Staff saying, "Thank You," and the Fellowship Club Holiday Tree!
On behalf of all of the Mental Wellness Center Staff, Board of Directors and Volunteers,
best wishes for a joyous holiday season and a new year filled with abundance, peace and wellness!
The Mental Wellness Giving Society
The MWGS is a dedicated group of individuals who have committed to a five-year pledge.
Print the form above and mail to:
Gift of Wellbeing: $1,000 per year for 5 years
Gift of Hope: $5,000 per year for 5 years
Gift of Recovery: $10,000 per year for 5 years
Gift of Visionary Change: $25,000 per year for 5 years
Mental Wellness Center
617 Garden St.
Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Or, scan and email the form to:
Development Associate for the Mental Wellness Center
2013 Mental Wellness Luncheon
Click HERE to read an article by Wayne Mellinger, one of our Luncheon Speakers!
The Mental Wellness Center (formerly Mental Health Association) is a private, non-profit organization providing recovery, education, and family services to adults and families affected by mental illness.