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Contribute to Our End of Year Giving Campaign 2022

Help us continue to support the behavioral needs of individuals in our community

$8,245 raised

$20,000 goal

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We are raising funds to help individuals live happy, healthy, fulfilled lives!

We are extremely proud of the hard work our clients put into their recovery, and we are committed to continue supporting individuals who depend on us for their behavioral health needs.

SAMHSA defines recovery as 'a process of change through which individuals improve their health and wellness, live self-directed lives, and strive to reach their full potential.' This is precisely our goal for all of the individuals that we serve.

Millions of Americans are living in various stages of recovery from mental health and substance use challenges, and whether they are beginning or continuing that journey, they deserve the most compassionate and effective care and services available.

Ecker Center for Behavioral Health is proud to be a safe, supportive, and empowering provider of behavioral health services and resources for all individuals who reach out to us for help.

We hope you enjoy the video shown below, which provides a glimpse into the lives of a few of our clients and staff.

Please help us continue our life-impacting work and donate to Ecker's end-of-year giving campaign. Your support will allow us to meeting the behavioral health needs of our community today and for years to come!

There are many ways supporters may contribute to support our mission, and we want to make sure that funds donated are utilized in the way that is most meaningful for each of our supporters.

Therefore, you are welcome to select a designation for funds donated or opt to contribute to Ecker's Everyday Giving Fund which allocates funds wherever they are needed most.

You may also CLICK HERE to contribute to the Karen Beyer Memorial Fund, with designations for staff scholarships, client support, and agency needs.

Source: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)