For every $1 invested in treatment at Maryhaven, the community saves $11 in healthcare and justice system costs, according to an independent cost benefit study made possible by a grant from The Columbus Foundation. And because Maryhaven has low administrative costs, your donation goes directly to the mission of providing the highest quality behavioral healthcare and prevention services to men, women, and children.
Why donate to Maryhaven?
Maryhaven is the only behavioral healthcare center in Central Ohio who provides:
- a comprehensive package of care that includes a continuum of residential services (including medical detoxification, inpatient, and extended care) as well as outpatient services for indigent women with addictive and mental illness,
- an Africentric residential program for women with addictive and mental illness, and
- extensive treatment services to indigent, pregnant women to help them deliver healthy,
drug-free babies. Maryhaven's partnership with the Ohio State University Hospitals allows indigent, pregnant women with addictive and mental illness to receive prenatal, birthing, postnatal, intensive case management, and mentoring services. Expectant mothers are prioritized for treatment in all programs.
Maryhaven is committed to continue offering all critical services, especially Women's Services at Maryhaven, which was Maryhaven's origin in 1953.
Our current campaign provides revenues to sustain crises services for Women, along with their young children. Pregnant women will be prioritized to be able to deliver healthy, drug-free babies.
Here are some ways you can donate:
(Maryhaven is a 501(c) (3) corporation; donations are deductible to the extent provided by law)
Also donate through the Columbus Foundation/PowerPhilanthropy
You'll need to create a username and password with The Columbus Foundation to donate through their site.
Donate by Mail:
Attn: Janice Cathey
1791 Alum Creek Drive,
Columbus, Ohio 43207
*Make checks payable to Maryhaven
Please call Michele Mitchell, Development Associate, at (614) 445-8131, ext. 274.