Why Donate to a Preemptive Mental Health Non-Profit
Did you know that early intervention and adherence to our proven strategies can lead to a reduction of up to 50% in mental health symptoms? By donating to our cause, you can truly make a difference in the lives of those who need it most.
Here's how your donation can have a tangible impact:
Help Parents Save Thousands: When parents attend our event, they receive crucial education that can save them thousands of dollars in unnecessary treatment costs. They also gain access to a referral network, vetted by our team, which offers both free and paid services.
Unburden Overloaded Systems: By supporting us, you'll relieve overloaded systems and ensure that those in need of intensive care can receive it without delay.
Lower Treatment Costs: Our initiatives aim to reduce treatment costs in communities that lack the resources to handle mental health issues effectively. This will alleviate strain on law enforcement, courts, jails, and local hospitals.
90% of all Money received goes directly to families via programs or our services
Your donation of $200 allows us to connect a family to a network of resources and referrals at no cost to them.
For $360, a family can receive up to 8 will receive 12 free months of unlimited mental and telehealth support, along with a $10,000 life insurance plan for the head of household.
With $500, we can provide a training session for a partner, teaching them how to utilize our valuable network.
A donation of $1,000 enables our licensed 5-week equipping program, "post-Bridge the Gap Program," to reach 25 families.
By contributing $2,500, our primary Bridge the Gap Program can assist 50 families, preventing an average of 3-4 suicide attempts and restoring over 10 families. This program also leads to improved marriages, stronger connections between teens and parents, reduced addiction rates, and increased educational achievement.
With $5,000, we can bring two Bridge the Gap events to over 100 families, preventing over 6 suicide attempts and restoring 18-20 families. The benefits include improved marriages, reduced addiction rates, and increased educational achievement.