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BIPOC Mental Health Month

BIPOC Mental Health Month

Originally designated as Bebe Moore Campbell National Minority Mental Health Awareness...

Juneteenth At Guild

Juneteenth At Guild

Juneteenth commemorates the day federal troops arrived to free the last enslaved...

Guild Receives Highest Rating on CARF’s Best Practices Review

Guild Receives Highest Rating on CARF’s Best Practices Review

The results are in! We are proud to announce that Guild received the highest possible rating from CARF International for best-practices in social services, which means an additional three years of accreditation for several of our program areas.

Elevating Voices: Jeff & Nancy

Elevating Voices: Jeff & Nancy

After losing their son, Drew, to suicide, Nancy and Jeff became advocates for mental health services and dedicated volunteers and donors for us at Guild. This week on the blog, we tell their family’s powerful story.

Elevating Voices: Katie

Elevating Voices: Katie

Meet Katie, a Guild client who went from not being able to help herself to find joy and meaning in helping others. While Katie is in a much more stable place today, it’s not because her mental illness disappeared. With help from Joan and the team at Guild, she’s learned to manage her symptoms and struggles with “greater ease.”

Meet Barbara Kaiser on the Behavioral Health Home Services Team

Meet Barbara Kaiser on the Behavioral Health Home Services Team

Barbara Kaiser is a Health Home Specialist/Certified Peer Specialist who has experienced some of the same struggles as her clients. Out of her 40+ years in the workforce, working with Guild the past few years “has been the hardest job I’ve ever had and the most rewarding!”

Mental Health Day on The Hill

Mental Health Day on The Hill

There’s a “perfect storm” for professionals in mental health services—a combination of stagnant wages, expensive education requirements, regulatory changes, as well as the obvious emotional toll. Here’s what we’re doing, and how you can help.