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Ways to give

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Donate

Help HHCI continue to build and restore lives to health and wholeness through education, training, clinical services and research to over 800 individuals weekly – free of charge.

Donate
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Memorials & Honorariums

Establish a memorial or tribute gift to honor your loved one and make a difference in the lives of those we serve.

Dedications
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Other Ways to Give

Learn more about other ways to support HHCI through events, corporate matching gifts, planned giving, donor walkway and more.

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Hope and Healing Center & Institute transforms lives

Watch this video to learn more about the Hope and Healing Center & Institute and our vision in transforming Greater Houston’s mental health care system.

Fomer feature keynote speaker for the Chrysalis Award Luncheon fundraiser, Ron Powers, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author of No One Cares About Crazy People, speaks to those gathered for mental health awareness

Participate in our Chrysalis Award Luncheon annual fundraising event

Each year we gather local individuals and companies who support mental health care reform and invite them to join our vision to provide affordable and easy to access mental health care for all.

2020 Chrysalis Award Luncheon
Fomer feature keynote speaker for the Chrysalis Award Luncheon fundraiser, Ron Powers, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and New York Times best-selling author of No One Cares About Crazy People, speaks to those gathered for mental health awareness
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Each week, we serve over 800 individuals from over 200 zip codes – 63% of those who seek clinical services do not have the resources to afford care.

One of the biggest reasons people don’t seek mental health care is they can’t afford it or don’t know where to look.

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Mental illness affects 1 in 5 Americans yearly, leaving individuals and families often devastated and unsure where to turn for help.

We must start with one life at a time. Every gift counts, and everyone deserves the gift of hope and healing.

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