You Are Not Alone

We treat the whole individual, not just the illness.

May is Mental Health Month

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Alcott finds ourselves serving more people this May than at any time in our history – 65% more in just the last three years. With so many people relying on Alcott’s array of mental health-connected services, we need your help!

Your contribution today will help us continue providing life-changing programs such as counseling sessions that help people transition towards wellness, temporary housing that prevents people with a mental health diagnosis from becoming homeless while they find new places to live, and “welcome home” baskets that help new residents get a great start in our housing programs.

Our Philosophy

At the Alcott Center, we treat the whole person, integrating mental health treatments with socialization and creative coping outlets. Each treatment plan is individually tailored for your specific needs.

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Mental Health

The treatment of mental health issues is deeply embedded in all services Alcott offers. We treat the whole person, integrating socialization and creative coping outlets, resulting in better outcomes.

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Homelessness

Experiencing mental health symptoms can cause homelessness for some and, certainly, homelessness can exacerbate those symptoms. The Alcott Center continues to grow our work with the homeless to help combat the current housing crisis. Everyone deserves a home.

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Social Activities

The Center offers regular, free social activities such as trips to baseball games, field trips, and Friday afternoon Pizza Parties. These activities help socialize and transition individuals into our community.

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Studio Arts Program

The Studio Art Program helps individuals create art with professional instruction alongside community members. This art helps individuals process and convey emotions in non-traditional ways.

How donations are used

You make a difference.

1 in 5

Adults experience a mental, behavioral or emotional disorder. 

13.4%

of adults with serious mental illness have no insurance

91%

of your donations go directly into programming to help our community

Studio Art Program

The Studio Art Program helps individuals create art with professional instruction alongside community members. This art helps individuals process and convey emotions in non-traditional ways.

Valley of the Dolls

Last May, our board co-chair, Steve Tyler, produced a reading of Jacqueline Susann's Valley of the Dolls. This event, in partnership with the LA LGBT Center, raised $32,000 to help both organizations give back to our community.

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