Support WWAMH

Contributions / Underwriting

Mental Health needs community support

WWAMH works to elevate awareness of mental health through special events and activities.  Some projects are on-time-only and are sponsored by COFAMH – the Coalition for the Advancement of Mental Health – a collaboration among many mental health groups such as the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill – North Country, Voices of the Heart, Inc., Liberty House, and the Behavioral Health Department of the Glens Falls Hospital.  Other activities are scheduled annually to raise funds for existing programs in addition to awareness.  Building the best event requires corporate partnerships.

Through annual underwriting, companies and WWAMH can plan more efficiently and effectively.  Continuity of support enhances community awareness and connection to mental health activities… and the companies who support them.

WWAMH Web Page

Join us here on the internet.  Our site was designed and is managed by an external agency and includes information about us and others in our community who care about mental health.  Information is changed frequently to encourage regular visits.  Links to your site will be provided plus other benefits.

WWAMH Annual Mental Health Month Event

Held during Mental Health Month in May, this event is attended by WWAMH staff, clients, members and mental health professionals.  It features speakers, award presentations to people and businesses within and outside of the mental health field who have positively influenced mental health and silent art auctions with art and photography created by East Side Center.

List of all award recipients (coming soon)

Amy Carpenter Memorial Scholarship Fund

Established in 1989 in honor of a residential counselor at WWAMH, full tuition is awarded annually to a second-year student enrolled in community mental health, criminal justice or nursing at SUNY Adirondack/Adirondack Community College.

List of all award recipients (coming soon)

COFAMH - the Coalition for the Advancement of Mental Health

This coalition creates educational projects which will help minimize the stigma surrounding mental health issues.  Past projects included a public forum and 90 minute television specials, distribution of lesson plans, “Breaking the Silence: Teaching the Next Generation About Mental Health”, Get Psyched Teachers and Teens newsletters and bi-annual field trips for high school students, Under the Image: Real Voices. Real People – an audio CD project with Teachers Discussion Guide, Student Workbook, 20 minute CD and Poster, and a bi-annual mental health insert in the Post Star.


WWAMH, INC.   3043 State Route 4,   Hudson Falls, NY  12839                                                                               Ph. (518) 747-2284      Fax (518) 747-2253