The Iroquois Foundation for Mental Health is a separate, not-for-profit 501©3 organization established in 2011 to generate philanthropic support for the Iroquois Mental Health Center.
The Iroquois Foundation’s purpose is to raise money through fundraising events, annual donations, planned giving, endowment gifts, grants, and investments.
The Iroquois Foundation for Mental Health is dedicated to supporting and funding the Iroquois Mental Health Center, a community mental health and substance abuse center.
The Iroquois Foundation raises philanthropic support to ensure the future of the Center as it provides effective treatment for those suffering from mental illness.
The Iroquois Mental Health Center Foundation cultivates awareness of the Center’s mission and builds long-term relationships for philanthropic support. One hundred percent of all donations directly support the Center’s clients and Iroquois Mental Health Center’s treatment programs, providing long-term financial stability for the Center.
Iroquois Mental Health Center is a not-for-profit behavioral health care provider for children, adolescents, adults and older adults. The Center is recognized for its treatment programs including substance abuse, domestic violence, child and adolescent, crisis, psychosocial rehabilitation, outpatient therapy for children, adolescents and adults.
Iroquois Mental Health Center is licensed as a 501c3 organization by the State of Illinois and accredited by CARF International. It offers outpatient treatment programs at 7 Illinois locations: Watseka, Hoopeston (2), Onarga, Clifton, Sheldon and Loda.
When you make a donation, you have a positive and direct impact on the treatment outcomes of the thousands of individuals and families who benefit from the programs supported by the Iroquois foundation for Behavioral Health.
Donations can be made by sending a check directly to:
Iroquois Foundation for Behavioral Health
179 South Wall Street
Kankakee, Illinois 60901
Board of Directors:
Carolyn Brown Hodge
Thomas J. Mooney
Ross C. Sorensen