Helping Arizona children and adults with a mental illness since 1964, the Mental Health Guild hopes we can continue to count on you. Did you know that MHG has never paid for staff or offices? That means 100% of your funds go directly to completing our important mission to collaborate and support programs to improve the lives of individuals impacted by mental illness. Attached you will see all the services MHG provides and programs we were able to support thanks to your annual membership dues, generous donations and by attending our events, such as our Annual Meeting, Lunch and Learn programs, and Cherished Hearts Bunco.
May is recognized as Mental Health Month and the first week of October is designated as Mental Illness Awareness Week. It's an ideal time to break the silence and stigma that often surrounds the topic. Help stop the whispering by speaking up about mental illness to your friends, coworkers, and legislators. And it's also an opportunity to show your support to MHG by becoming or renewing your membership and commitment to making a difference in our community.
Please join us and make a difference. Mail your check to either address below or you can pay your dues online by card thru PayPal, using the DONATE button on this website. You can also indicate your desire to help in other ways. We would love to have you involved. Feel free to call either of us for more information.
Thanks again for caring!
Mental Health - Everybody Deserves It!
Dana Dean, Membership Chair
MHG Board of Directors Vice President
9001 E. Chino Drive
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Tiffani Cullin, President
MHG Board of Directors
7816 N. 19th Avenue
Phoenix, AZ 85021
MHG is a private, not for profit, Arizona charity. Federal Tax ID #86-0412022
Your financial contributions are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Please return this form with a check to Mental Health Guild,
Dana Dean, Membership Chair, 9001 E. Chino Drive Scottsdale, AZ 85255-9191
To pay with card, please use the DONATE button on this website.
Mental Health Guild is a 501(c)(3) AZ Corporation #86-0412022.
Mental Health Guild collaborates and supports programs to improve the lives of individuals impacted by mental illness.
Download and print a copy of the form here.
Pay for the membership online through PayPal:
Mental Health Guild, Inc.
MHG is a private, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) charity serving Arizona citizens since 1964. With a 0% overhead by utilizing all volunteers, 100% of donations go directly to helping those with a mental illness right here in Arizona. We hope you will take a look at all we do and become a member or donor today.
The Mental Health Guild collaborates and supports programs to improve the lives of individuals impacted by mental illness.
MHG's Continuing Programs
Brunch Bunch provides educational brunch meetings with speakers on important mental health topics.Emergency one-time help to individuals with immediate needs for medication, rent, utilities and transportation and who have exhausted all other possibilities.Free Peer Support Groups in Maricopa County for those wanting information, education, and support about their mental illness.Homeless Outreach Program collects and purchases supplies to provide over 1200 hygiene kits each year, used as an introduction tool for PATH mental health workers to offer assistance to those living on the streets.
MHG Supports Other Programs
ABC (Arizona Behavioral Health Corp) provides quality, affordable housing, and supportive services for persons with behavioral health needs. MHG has provided holiday gifts for children and families and assisted the (SMI) veterans who have been provided permanent housing by ABC & MMIC.David’s Hope advocates to reduce incarceration and promote treatment for those with mental illness and addictions in Arizona and across the nation. The organization brings together mental health and criminal justice entities by leading the Arizona Mental Health Criminal Justice Coalition. MHG provided unrestricted funds to support David’s Hope programming and the work of their Coalition.Mental Health Awareness Coalition’s mission it to educate the public regarding understanding, awareness, and acceptance of mental health issues in the general community while working to reduce stigma and discrimination associated with mental health in adults and children. Their signature events are the Strike Out Stigma bowling event for community members impacted by mental illness and the Candlelight Celebration each October for the community to come together for mental health awareness, a community resource fair, free food, entertainment, and messages of hope and mental health. MHG provided funds for the annual Candlelight Celebration, to help the Coalition reach a larger number of community members.MIKID (Mentally Ill Kids in Distress) improves the behavioral health and wellness of children and youth through a family-centered approach. MHG has helped by providing financial support for summer recreational programs, respite, support services and education for families and children with a mental illness.PATH (Projects for Transition from Homelessness) - Through Community Bridges, Inc. PATH provides services to people with serious mental illness, including those with co-occurring substance abuse use disorders, who are experiencing homelessness or at imminent risk of becoming homeless. MHG has provided approximately 1200 hygiene kits per year for PATH to distribute.PSA Art Awakenings promotes hope, recovery, diversity, and wellness through an innovative and strength based treatment program for individuals with a serious mental illness. MHG has provided support for fundraising efforts for Art Awakenings.Victory Place helping to end homelessness of Arizona veterans by collecting donations of household goods to furnish apartments for recently homeless veterans who also have a serious mental illness.
MHG Membership Dues: $40 Individual, $100 Provider/Business, $250 Lifetime
Become a member by using the PDF form and PayPal link above.
For more information, please contact:
Tiffani Cullin, President, MHG
Our Board of Directors meets the first Monday of every month at 5:30pm at MIKID (7816 N. 19th Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85021)
Please watch our Facebook page for any updates on meeting changes to the date or location. The Board will not meet in July or August.