Giving Help. Giving Hope.

Our aim is to improve the mental health and emotional wellbeing of all persons.

Give an Hour leads the Campaign to Change Direction

Our work is described by the following three pillars.

Access to Care

Culture Change

Our goal is to change the culture of mental health so that all those in need receive the care and support they deserve.

Mental Health Literacy

Prevention and early identification of emotional suffering are essential to good mental health.

I want to thank you for organizing this program to provide pro bono services to veterans. I am a service connected disabled veteran and the therapists we found through your program have been working with me and my family. [Give an Hour therapists] have been instrumental in helping our family heal, learn, and grow. We have seen and interacted with several other therapists and Amy and Karen are truly exceptional at what they do and have a genuine passion for helping others. I wholeheartedly believe they saved my life and marriage and I am thankful everyday for you putting them in our paths.

– Give an Hour Client


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Announcements & Press Releases

Give an Hour® Opens its Network of Mental Health Providers to the Atlanta and Boulder Communities

WASHINGTON, March 29, 2021 ( - For the second time in a week, the nation…
Announcements & Press Releases

Give an Hour In the News: “‘Still a mess’: Trauma haunts U.S. mass shooting survivors due to gaps in mental healthcare”

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