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Together, We're Making a Difference.

Through partnerships with local organizations and the help of our generous donors, we have been able to make an immediate and direct impact in the community.

Collaborating for Change

In early 2023, shortly after establishing our board of directors, GMHAA immediately formed a strong partnership with The Family Center of Columbus. Located on 15th Street in Midtown, The Family Center provides outpatient clinical counseling, education, and support services to children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families.

By December 31st, 2023, GMHAA was able to provide over $6,000 in mental health grants to The Family Center, through which a total of 120 mental health counseling sessions were provided to members of the community.

It's True, Mental Health Matters

Poor mental health is an escalating crisis affecting our community, our state and our nation. If you've never faced mental health struggles, you're fortunate. However, many around you may be silently suffering, in need of help and compassion. We aim to eliminate the financial hurdles and red tape that people often face when seeking assistance. Thanks to our partnerships, we are able to provide immediate financial support, so that people can access mental health care when they need it.

Because sometimes, help can't wait.

From a generous donor

I know what it's like to struggle with mental health issues, and to not be able to afford to see a counselor. Once I finally mustered the courage to seek help, I wasn't able to afford it for a long time. I don't want anyone else to have to go through that, so I'll help any way I can... 

Anonymous Donor

How does your platform work? How much should I donate?

Our partners employ licensed, on-site counselors and social workers. We provide our partners access to our innovative aid platform, so financial help is available instantly, at the time of service, if a patient cannot afford care.

On average, if financial assistance is needed, we grant $54 per counseling session through our aid disbursement platform. We have maintained this average throughout our 2023 program.

We track every dollar donated and every dollar spent, so our donors can understand and experience the impact of their generosity in real-time.

Partner with us to create a world where mental health care is accessible to all.

1323 11th Ave, Ste 5 Columbus, Georgia 31901

Georgia Mental Health Access Alliance, Inc (GMHAA) is an independent, 501(c)(3) non-profit community service organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law.

Our EIN is 92-2100076.