Donate to Support Behavioral Health and Autism Education that Changes Lives
As a small non-profit organization, Mental Health News Education (the publisher of Behavioral Health News and Autism Spectrum News) has been especially vulnerable during the current COVID-19 crisis, due to the financial strain on many of our partner organizations.
For more than 20 years, Mental Health News and its successor Behavioral Health News have been your reliable source for education and accurate information on mental health services, innovations and policy issues, and substance use disorders. And with the launch of Autism Spectrum News in 2008, we have been providing the autism community with science-based information that separates hearsay and conjecture from the latest developments in the field.
MHNE serves as a platform to communicate vital behavioral health and autism information, connecting treatment professionals and the organizations that provide services to individuals and families in the community that rely on their support.
Through our quarterly print publications, two brand new websites (AutismSpectrumNews.org and BehavioralHealthNews.org) and our social media channels on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Instagram, we are now reaching over 200,000 individuals each year!
We provide our readers access to over 2,000 educational and informative articles online as we serve as a beacon of hope for individuals living with autism, mental health issues, and substance use disorders and their families.
How You Can Help
Now, like so many other non-profits, we are suffering financially during the COVID-19 pandemic. While we are doing our best to maintain our publication schedule, falling revenues have become a serious reality. This, combined with the cancellation of our annual fundraising event, has led to significant financial hardship for our organization.
As one of our valued supporters, we hope that you will make a contribution to sustain our work. Now, more than ever, the mental health, substance use disorder and autism communities need accurate information to help guide families and individuals in understanding the impact of the pandemic and how they can access resources in the community.
Please give as generously as you can, to demonstrate your commitment and help sustain our award-winning publications.