By donating your time, voice, or financial support to the Mental Health Center of Denver, you can help create a stronger community through mental well-being.
Help enrich lives and minds with your tax-deductible donation today.
About Mental Health Center of Denver
With one in every five people struggling with mental illness, the Mental Health Center of Denver is committed to enriching lives and minds. Our recovery programs use a strength-based approach with an emphasis on housing and employment. Our early intervention and prevention programs foster resiliency and promote the positive potential in children, adolescents and families. All our programs are designed to encourage our clients to develop their overall well-being and lead meaningful, productive lives.
Last year alone, the Mental Health Center of Denver:
- Helped almost 50,000 children, families, and adults through treatment, prevention, and outreach services
- Broke ground on Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being, an innovative new community center in Northeast Denver
The Mental Health Center of Denver’s efficiency maximizes your gift’s impact.
More than 85 cents of every dollar we spend goes directly to providing treatment, prevention, and outreach services to our community.
Other Ways to Support Us
The Mental Health Center of Denver hosts an annual Gifts of Joy holiday drive. We ask for donations of $10 gift cards or cash for the children and adults served by the Mental Health Center of Denver.
Support Us While You Shop with Amazon Smile
Amazon Smile is a program through Amazon Marketplace that will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to the Mental Health Center of Denver.
Gifts of clothing, furniture, appliances, toys, and other items will be be distributed to consumers at the Mental Health Center of Denver. Pick-up can be arranged by calling the Donation Line at 303-892-5594.
We accept donations at the two locations listed below:
Address: 1075 Galapago St, Denver, CO
Phone: (303) 892 - 5594
Donation Drop Off: Mon - Fri 10 am - 4 pm
A New Day Family Resource Center
Address: 3101 W. 14th Avenue, Denver, CO
Donation Drop Off: Tuesdays 1:00-4:00 or by appointment
The Mental Health Center of Denver partners with Cars Helping Charities to facilitate your donation of a car, truck, motorcycle, or other vehicle to support our work. To learn more about donating your car, click here. Call toll-free at 1-866-701-CARS (2277) or 303-423- CARS (2277) in the Denver metro area.
Take a Tour
Mental Health Center of Denver provides both regular and scheduled tours of our sites.
Please contact Lauren Anderson for more information at 303-504-6744 or Lauren.Anderson@mhcd.org.
Donate by Check
Gifts by Check
You can mail a check directly to:
Mental Health Center of Denver
4141 E. Dickenson Place
Denver, CO 80222
If you wish, you may download this form to accompany your check or you may simply include a note indicating how you wish your donation to be used.
Contact Lauren Anderson at 303-504-6744 or email@example.com for more information.
Planned Giving - The Florence Sabin Legacy Society
The Mental Health Center of Denver is pleased to announce the establishment of the Florence Sabin Legacy Society, created to honor and recognize those individuals who remember the Mental Health Center of Denver in their estate plans.
Florence Sabin was a pioneer in the work of public health on a national level and especially in Colorado. Just as Florence Sabin’s influence has been long-lasting, it is our vision to continue impacting our community by sustaining our work for years to come.
Gifts to the Mental Health Center of Denver’s Florence Sabin Legacy Society will help assure that we continue meeting the needs of our community for many years to come.
The vision of the Dahlia Campus for Health and Well-Being is to offer children, families and community members access to a wide range of support and well-being.
The goal of the Strong Families – Strong Children capital campaign is to raise an initial $5 million to support the design, construction and operation of this innovative community center.
For a more in-depth case statement about the campaign, click here.
For more information or to make a gift or pledge to the campaign, contact:
Please feel free to contact our development office directly should you have questions about supporting the Mental Health Center of Denver.
For questions about any of the listed giving methods, please contact:
Lauren Anderson, Development Officer