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Our organization is dedicated to helping people in our community break through the cycle of poverty and mental illness. This includes raising awareness about the experience of living with mental illness, to end the cycle of poverty for those that seek our services, and build bridges in our community for those who are lost. Discover how your help makes an impact.


  • Payee Clients Housed

    92%

  • Payees eliminate debt in first 6 mos

    87%

  • Parish Drive Dollars Raised 2018

    $23205

  • Program Participants

    1052

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We exist to raise awareness about the experience of living with severe and persistent mental illness, to end the cycle of poverty for those that seek our services, and build bridges for those who are lost.  Learn more and get involved.


New Blood for the World

One in ten patients admitted to a hospital need blood and the demand for transfusions are increasing faster than the supply. While over 80 million units are donated annually, only 38 percent are collected in developing countries.

Today marks the annual celebration of World Blood Donor Day. It began in 2004 with the cooperation of the World Health Organization, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies as a way to recognize those that give life to others by giving blood without any reward—except for maybe a cookie.

This year’s theme is “New blood for the world”, focusing on getting more young people to donate blood. Barcelona is the host city for this year where the public celebrations began yesterday, continuing today with official events.

The purpose of World Blood Donor Day is to generate awareness of giving blood on a regular basis, not to create an influx of donations on one day. So if you’re a regular donor, thank you for your contributions. If you’ve considered giving, today is the perfect time to start your routine. One donation can save up to three lives.

  • 35th Anniversary
    35th Anniversary
  • United Way
    United Way