The Comprehensive Mental Health (CMH) Foundation was established in 1998 to raise funds in support of mental health services in Central Washington. The CMH Foundation is privileged to be involved in helping to enrich individual lives and create healthier families and communities by supporting programs through the generous donation of our benefactors. Targeted donations for all Comprehensive programs, as well as other community programs consistent with the Foundation's mission, are greatly appreciated.
To develop resources for targeted behavioral health programs not supported by traditional funding sources.
This 13-session parenting program for caregivers of children from 3-18 years old improves family communication, reduces family conflict, and promotes healthy, violence-free choices. Parents, stepparents, grandparents, single parents, foster parents, and other adults are welcome to participate. Classes are offered throughout our service area and are available in both English and Spanish.
Provides safety for victims of domestic violence and/or sexual assault, victims of crime, and their children in the Kittitas and Yakima Counties through 24-hour access to services, emergency shelter, advocacy and counseling, support groups, medical and legal advocacy, and community education. Prevention, education, therapy and support groups are also provided. Services are confidential and provided at no charge.
Veterans receive case management, mental health and substance abuse counseling, medical and dental care. Veterans also receive assistance with job procurement and filing for entitlement.
Make a donation to the CMH Foundation. The CMH Foundation is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization supported largely through generous contributions from individuals like you. Your tax-deductible contribution will help us advance our mission to enrich individual lives and create healthier families and communities.
Donations may be mailed to CMH Foundation, 402 S. 4th Ave., PO Box 959, Yakima WA 98907. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (509) 574-5057.