The folks at the National Council for Community Behavioral Healthcare run Project Helping Hands, which provides emergency mental health and addictions treatment services to communities in the wake of disasters.
The National Council launched Project Helping Hands after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the U.S. Gulf Coast in August 2005. The program has been extended to help behavioral healthcare organizations respond to emergency mental health and addictions treatment needs in the wake of manmade and natural disasters in communities worldwide.
These folks are doing really good work, and I'd encourage you to learn more about Project Helping Hands and donate at TheNationalCouncil.org/cs/project_helping_hands.
I'm mentioning this now because they were just way too kind to me, and announced my own small contribution today.
Remember, the people at the National Council for Community Behavioral
Healthcare do the heavy lifting, that's what matters most.