Act for Mental Health

San Jose, CA   |  www.actmentalhealth.org

Mission

"The mission of ACT for Mental Health is to empower and rehabilitate persons who are socially, mentally, economically and/or situationally disadvantaged. We fulfill our mission by relieving obstacles to emotional well-being and by restoring and enhancing
strengths through acceptance in a safe, stable and professionally-guided environment which provides tools and support for resolution of personal, emotional and situational life problems.”

Ruling year info

1989

President/CEO

Ms. Wanda Alexander, LCSW, BCD

Main address

441 Park Avenue

San Jose, CA 95110 USA

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EIN

77-0227659

NTEE code info

Mental Health Treatment (F30)

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Our programs

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Low cost counseling services

ACT provides affordable, (sliding scale) licensed mental health therapiesfor low income and uninsured persons. Our therapies treat a wide range ofemotional disorders such as anxiety and depression, child trauma, abuseand neglect, marriage relationships, domestic violence, court ordered andsituational adjustment disorders.These services also include focused classes such as parenting and angermanagement as well as support groups for people with residual illness andfor Spanish-speaking men and women.

Population(s) Served

Support/therapeutic groups for people with residual mental illness and/or for Spanish speaking men and women offer opportunity for personal growth and enrichment through activities interpersonal exchange and professional guidance. Intergenerational and intercultural information create better understanding and acceptance, paving the way for fuller participation in the larger community. Opportunity to take responsibility within the group enhances esteem and creates a bridge into other community groups. Support groups encourage each individual to discover and utilize personal skills and to participate in the group as a whole.

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Act for Mental Health

Board of directors
as of 6/2/2016
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board co-chair

Max Bouchard

ACT for Mental Health, Inc


Board co-chair

Bharat Desai

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Wanda Alexander CEO

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Max Bouchard Co-Chair

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Bharat Desai Co-Chair

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Otto Lee Treasurer

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Dan Moors CPA

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Katrina Saini CPA

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Richard Francisco Professional Advisory Committee, Psychologist

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Robert Sturges Attorney

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Annalisa Adams-Qualtiere Public Relations/Marketing

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Ann Chambers Business Networking

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Janet Cooper Development

ACT for Mental Health, Inc

Ronald Schmalz Jr. Enterprise Architect

ACT for Mental Health, Inc