This Valentine’s Day, HopeSpoke (hopespoke.org) invites the community to Have a Heart for Mental Health by supporting programs for Lincoln’s most vulnerable children and families. Your donation provides outpatient therapy sessions; an Extended Day Treatment after-school program for children ages 5-12; therapists based within Lincoln Public Schools; a Therapeutic Group Home for boys ages 13-18; crisis programming at the Youth Services Center; and more.
Mental health struggles and trauma are difficult for anyone to overcome, but especially so for children. When things feel hopeless, HopeSpoke is here to help youth and families find healing.
Last year, HopeSpoke served more than 1,000 individuals, and their families, with a variety of mental health programs. More than 85% of those were children ages 18 and under, and the majority come from households with incomes near or below the federal poverty line. Yet, thanks to community support, no one is turned away due to inability to pay for care.
HopeSpoke’s mission is to inspire healthy futures for children and their families through comprehensive behavioral and mental health services. To learn more about HopeSpoke’s services, or to show you Have a Heart for Mental Health with a donation, please visit hopespoke.org or call (402) 475-7666. Thank you for helping young people find hope and healing at HopeSpoke!