Avon Mental Health Building Project
Our community is experiencing a mental health crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a major effect on all our lives. Now, many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming, and cause strong emotions in both adults and children.
Public health actions like social distancing are necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19, but they can make us feel isolated, lonely and can increase stress and anxiety.
Now, more than ever, Livingston County needs access to mental health care to help get through this crisis now, and for years to come.
You can help make a difference.
UR Medicine Noyes Health is in the process of constructing a $1,062,000 building in Avon to bring much-needed mental health services to northern Livingston County.
Thanks to a $348,050 grant from New York State, and a matching $350,000 donation from Ann and Carl Myers, we are 2/3 to our goal, but Noyes still needs to raise an additional $250,000 to make this building a reality.
Remembering Liz Green
The building will be dedicated in memory of Elizabeth “Liz” S. (Griswold) Green, a beloved member of the Avon Community. It will house 8 treatment rooms, a group room, and will have a nature area outside where people can relax.
Avon Mental Health will also offer walk-in crisis visits, a service not offered in most places.
To make this a reality, we need your help.
You can donate online today by visiting giveto.urmc.edu/noyes and designating your gift to Avon Mental Health Building Fund, or by sending a check to: Avon Mental Health Building Fund, 111 Clara Barton Street, Dansville, NY 14437, Attention: Kellie Sylvester
Thank you for your support of Noyes as we continue to care for our community.
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