Financial Reports

Financial Reports

Friends,

Recent events have caused us all to pause and consider the strength of our communities and how we will move forward to create a bright and safe future for ALL of our young people. Although I have always had great passion around our work at myHealth, I have a new sense of urgency and clarity around the absolute need for our community clinic and community partners to do the work every day that needs to be done for our teens and young adults. Two quotes touch my heart in the time.

"Life's most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?" 
-Martin Luther King
"Do not be afraid of work that has no end" 
-Avot de Rabbi Natan

I humbly ask you to reflect on how you will contribute to others next year and know that by helping myHealth you will be helping us on our mission to advocate for ALL of our young people. Our work at myHealth truly has no end-and we can't do it without you.

Kathryn Karlman,
Board Chair

2016 myHealth Achievements: 
  • 18,000 people benefitted and 4,000 clinic visits were made. 

  • • Over 600 presentations were given at more than 100 locations within 20 school districts, reaching over 12,000 teens & 2,000 adults

  • • Over 300 home visits provided education and support to pregnant or parenting teens. 
Clinical Services
myHealth offers comprehensive, preventative and youth-focused medical services. We are the only provider of subsidized, confidential adolescent-focused health care in an area larger than 1,200 square miles. 
Counseling Services
Mental health issues are the leading cause of disabilities among children, teens, and young adults across the world (National Institute of Mental Health). myHealth has been providing mental health services to young people and their families since 1972 and has seen an increase in demand over the recent years. Our staff is happy to talk to young people about a variety of topics, such as anxiety and stress management, body image, sexual orientation, risk-taking behaviors, and relationship and family issues.
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