Mental health services
King County reports, “Mental illness that’s untreated and mistreated costs the United States $8 billion in crime and welfare expenditures each year.”
The Mission builds relationships with downtown businesses and individuals to bring mentally disordered people off the streets and into treatment.
Men and women have to voluntarily enter treatment, persuading them is often a long process.
Larry Clum, our Mission expert shares, "It's time to change our thinking about those with mental illness."
Success with partnerships
We’re partnering with the Metropolitan Improvement District (MID) ambassadors, local service providers, and law enforcement. Through this partnership, we can respond quickly and reduce 911 calls.
Through these partnerships we’re giving men and women mental health services to promote stability, wellness, and positive participation in the community.
The services we provide
Our mental health program in downtown Seattle provides:
But we can't meet the skyrocketing needs alone. We're looking for volunteers to sign up for our Mental Health First Aid Training and partner with us on the street.
Do you want to help? Get in touch with Larry — 206.432.8476 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Help men and women struggling with mental illness by partnering with us.