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2017 Year-End Fundraiser

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Donation Total: $100.00

Our therapists believe everyone deserves a chance to tell their story

Your Donation At Work

I’ll Share Your Pain

1 in 6 Californians face mental health issues. Less than half receive treatment. Ensure that help is available for a young woman crippled by anxiety and perfectionism or an elderly man grieving his wife.

$100

Support Diversity

We train culturally sensitive, socially conscious therapists. Sponsor vital seminars on working with minorities, LGBTQ individuals, and the most vulnerable members of our community.

$250

Scholarship Love

Our student therapists make great sacrifices to continue post-doctoral training 1-3 years longer than average. Support their commitment with scholarship funds.

$500

A Real Chance At Change

Serious mental health issues don’t transform overnight. Ensure six months of therapy for women and men battling suicidality and chronic stress. Sometimes all we need is time and an opportunity.

$1,000

Support Our Survival

WILA is a non-profit. This means we do not make enough money from our services to pay our operating costs. We rely on the generosity of funders and compassionate individuals like you. Your donation of $5,000 or more will help support our core mission.

$5,000

Give What You Can

For some $100 is too much and for others $5,000 is not enough. We are grateful for all donations and encourage you to give according to what you have. Thank you.

In Memoriam

A gift in memory of a loved one is a lasting and meaningful tribute. Honor the life of someone you love while making a meaningful difference to those affected by mental illness. If you wish, you may list your loved one’s name on the form above.

I’ll Share Your Pain

1 in 6 Californians face mental health issues. Less than half receive treatment. Ensure that help is available for a young woman crippled by anxiety and perfectionism or an elderly man grieving his wife.

$100

Support Diversity

We train culturally sensitive, socially conscious therapists. Sponsor vital seminars on working with minorities, LGBTQ individuals, and the most vulnerable members of our community.

$250

Scholarship Love

Our student therapists make great sacrifices to continue post-doctoral training 1-3 years longer than average. Support their commitment with scholarship funds.

$500

A Real Chance At Change

Serious mental health issues don’t transform overnight. Ensure six months of therapy for women and men battling suicidality and chronic stress. Sometimes all we need is time and an opportunity.

$1,000

Support Our Survival

WILA is a non-profit. This means we do not make enough money from our services to pay our operating costs. We rely on the generosity of funders and compassionate individuals like you. Your donation of $5,000 or more will help support our core mission.

$5,000

Give What You Can

For some $100 is too much and for others $5,000 is not enough. We are grateful for all donations and encourage you to give according to what you have. Thank you.

 

In Memoriam

A gift in memory of a loved one is a lasting and meaningful tribute. Honor the life of someone you love while making a meaningful difference to those affected by mental illness. If you wish, you may list your loved one’s name on the form above.

Finances shouldn’t be a barrier to therapy and healthy self care

Your Change Changes Lives

• WILA provides 8,000 hours of therapy to the Los Angeles community each year. We help the individuals, couples, and families we serve lead richer, deeper, more fulfilling lives.

• We do not rely on government funding. As a non-profit, we remain steadily committed to keeping the fees for all of our therapy services affordable. We fight to ensure no arbitrary limits are placed on session frequency or duration.

• We tailor our therapy services to the ever changing needs of LA’s rich multicultural communities.

• We create educational social action projects aimed at bringing psychology to the people of Los Angeles. Through humor and plain language, we translate powerful concepts to initiate dialogues about important mental health issues.

• We train the next generation of culturally competent and socially conscious clinicians. Our therapists believe everyone deserves a chance to tell their story.

• We fight the stigma against mental health and work to combat the socio-cultural barriers keeping the most vulnerable members of our community from getting the help they want and need.

Give Los Angeles the gift of healing