Seeking to Build Alliances with Organizations and Service Providers for Children with Mental Health and Emotional Disorders
AUSTIN, Texas, May 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The newly redesigned website of Hope4MentalHealth.org, a nonprofit organization devoted to helping children to combat mental illness, goes live May 18 on the World Wide Web. With the new site, Hope4MentalHealth.org aims to extend the reach of its programs to a broad range of organizations, medical professionals, and members of the general public who are interested in helping children, or a special child, with mental and emotional disorders. The new website features expanded content with daily news feeds and information in the mental health field and the organization's blog which will provide personal insight from staff and associates.
"Hope4MentalHealth.org is very excited to share the new site with the world on the Web, and hopes that it will generate positive feedback and interest from individuals and organizations who are just as passionate about helping children as we are," says Founder and Executive Director, Craig Huxford. "We are currently seeking groups to team up with as well as qualified physicians to join our network and begin providing services to families in need."
The redesign incorporates new bold colors and graphics, and introduces the new look of Hope4MentalHealth.org natural spring water, which was developed to support the organization's mission by raising funds for programs including professional counseling, education, and support services for families who could not otherwise afford effective mental health treatment. One hundred percent of the proceeds of the private water label which will be sold in grocery stores and other retail outlets will directly benefit Hope4MentalHealth.org. Contracts are currently in negotiation and the water will be available in stores this summer. Updates will be posted on the website.
A 501(c) 3 nonprofit corporation, Hope4MentalHealth.org's goal is to provide assistance to families with children with mental health disorders, including obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, and ADHD, among others. "One bottle at a time," its goal is to help to eliminate the stigma of mental illness by working hand in hand with families, and ultimately taking an active role in helping children with mental health disorders to grow in a competitive environment in order to become happy, healthy, and successful adults.