2017 Annual Report

In FY 2017, we were proud to rally nearly 200 volunteers who gave some 5,000 hours of their time to contribute to our support groups, and education, recovery and professional programs. Throughout the state, our professional staff and our volunteer allies are ensuring that mental illnesses are understood as conditions not to be stigmatized but recognized as conditions that call for empathy. From this understanding emerges recovery.


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