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Support the BNC

We Need Your Help

Although we’ve expanded and implemented new transformative programs, we have so much more to do to break the destructive cycle of untreated mental illness.

For the last 73 years, we’ve made a commitment to you that we will be that safety-net for anyone that needs help.

 

Our community has created countless opportunities for families and individuals to access quality behavioral health care right here in their own community. Join our community of donors who invest in creating a safe, inclusive place to heal.

If you have questions regarding your gift, contact Emily Farley, Director of Community Engagement, at 785-830-1745 or efarley@bertnash.org.

What kind of impact can I make?

Your donations of every size provide hope, healing, and essential services to individuals and families in need. Discover how your contribution creates lasting change and helps us transform lives for the better.

Other Ways to Give

There are many ways to help enable the Bert Nash Center to expand our reach, enhance  program initiatives, and develop innovative approaches to address the evolving needs of those facing behavioral health challenges. Through these alternative giving options, donors become instrumental in responding to needs, restoring lives, and building a healthy community.

You can help stock the shelves of the Treatment & Recovery Center’s clothing pantry or fill therapy offices with resources by sending items directly to the us by visiting our wish list.  

Donate your Time by Volunteering

Volunteering with us is an enriching experience that allows us to respond to needs, restore lives, and build a healthy community into the future.

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Community Sponsors

We are grateful for the meaningful support of the many community organizations who invest both financial and in-kind contributions to the Bert Nash Center. These organizations allow us to continue to provide accessible and affordable behavioral health care to our neighbors, family, and friends. 

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