Hannah’s House 2022 Fundraising Campaign
Dedicated to Promoting Mental Health
Hannah’s House, a local nonprofit mental health center, is kicking off its 2022 Fundraising Campaign and it needs your support! You may be familiar with Hannah’s House due to your connection to the Mad River Valley and Waterbury Communities. The need for mental health services in our rural location is greater than ever and your donation will help ensure support for those in need.
For the second year, Hannah’s House is conducting a direct fundraising campaign. This year’s campaign has been kicked off by Sugarbush Resort and supported with new major donations from the Foisy Foundation, The Warren Church, Alpino Vino, rk Miles, MRV Rotary, Seth & Alexis Dalton. Our goal is to raise $75,000 from individual & corporate donors by December 31,2022 to add to this initial fund of $25,000.
Click here to learn more about the campaign.
About Hannah’s House
Hannah’s House is a community-supported Vermont-based nonprofit mental health and resource center dedicated to promoting emotional and mental health for children, teens, families, and individuals. It provides local, accessible counseling services in Waterbury, Waitsfield, and on local school campuses, community outreach through education, financial assistance, and alternative therapies such as neurofeedback brain training. Our team consists of three licensed therapists, one beloved therapy dog, one executive director and an 11-member board of directors. With a compassionate, diverse & experienced team, we strive to meet the needs of the community.
More examples of meeting the community’s needs in 2022:
- Year-round, weekly “Walk & Talk” Group
- 3-Month Weekly Wellness Series at Harwood Union High School
- Hosted Youth Mental Health First Aid certification course for 18 adults
- Coordinated NAMI VT “Ending the Silence” presentation at middle school
- Coordinated drug & alcohol counselor visit with Harwood students
- Yoga and On-Site Massage Series for All HUUSD Teachers & Staff
- Therapy Puppy Visits to HUUSD schools
- Co-sponsored effort to provide funds to get local youth into summer programs
- Sponsored local youth to get to enrichment programs year round
- 3-Week “Transforming Anxiety” Group Series
- Arranged various local wellness practitioners for teacher professional development day to support their well-being
- Provided educational workshops in-person and virtually via zoom and local access television
- Free loan program of Verilux Happy Lights to address seasonal affective disorder
- Direct financial assistance for therapy sessions
- Offer referral services and additional resources to the public