Help neighbours like like James who are in crisis get crucial mental health counseling and supports.
Please give by November 30th to fund a pilot project that will help men and women who are suffering deal with mental illness and addictions.
Most of the men and women who turn to us in their darkest hour struggle with addictions because of an underlying mental health issue.
They feel all alone, depressed, anxious and scared.
James is one of them. Just 22 years old, he could become another tragic statistic of a life taken too early by mental illness and addictions.
When he first arrived at Siloam Mission, James had just left the foster care system. He had nowhere else to go. He didn’t have any relatives or friends who could take him in. He had lost all connection to his biological family, who had abused him as a little boy.
And he was struggling with a severe mental health illness.
What James needs right now — and what you can provide for him today —is professional help to start dealing with his mental illness that is fueling his addiction.
We now have a chance to implement a new program that will provide crucial supports for vulnerable men and women to learn how to manage their mental illness and addictions.
But because there is no funding for mental health supports, we have to raise the money from caring supporters like you in the next 30 days. To help people in crisis, we need to raise $60,000.
Your gift today will go to work immediately to start the first counseling sessions just in time for the Christmas season, which can be the hardest time of the year for many who are homeless and alone.
As a trusted friend of Siloam Mission, you hold the key for people like James to escape the nightmare of having a chronic mental illness while struggling to overcome addictions.
Your act of generosity will bring healing to people like James who feel scared and all alone. You’ll change their life…and, for some, you might even save their life.