D’Amore Mental Health is proud to sponsor the 9th Annual CarePossible Salute to the Military. This event will take place on:
Saturday, November 19th, at 6:30 PM
at The Crossing Church
2115 Newport Boulevard, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
CarePossible is an Award Winning Orange County-based nonprofit foundation with a mission to provide mental health and addiction care to veterans and low-income families. We also help fight the stigma associated with mental health and addiction issues through community events and media campaigns.
The 9th Annual CarePossible Salute to the Military will:
- Raise awareness about serious issues facing our veterans, including PTSD, suicide, addiction, and homelessness.
- Raise funds to provide care and treatment for veterans and their families.
- Provide a special night of honoring active duty military and veterans to thank them for their service to our country.
Learn More About CarePossible
The vision of CarePossible is to make mental health and addiction care possible for veterans, military families, and low-income families. Their desire is to save lives and save families by offering free, professional care to those in need. Addiction, suicide, PTSD, and overdose rates are incredibly high. CarePossible’s mission is to reduce these numbers by making care possible for anyone in need but lacking resources.
With the goal of providing professional behavioral health solutions to veterans and families in need of care, CarePossible raises funds through grants, donations, golf tournaments, and community events. They also recruit behavioral health treatment scholarships from respected organizations and distribute the scholarships when veterans apply for assistance. To date, they have distributed over $3,000,000 in mental health and addiction treatment scholarships to veterans in crisis.
Additionally, CarePossible partners with numerous community organizations to further our mission, and we put on community awareness and educational events regarding veterans issues and mental health and addiction issues in order to educate the general public and help fight stigma, suicide, and overdose.