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Courageous Conversations is coming to Clark College on October 25, 2024.

Attend the Spring Gala on May 3

Thank you for joining the fun and festivities
at our Spring Gala on May 3, 2024.

Friday, May 3, 2024
Doors opened at 6 p.m.

Hilton Vancouver Washington
301 W 6th Street, Vancouver, Washington

A wide-angle view of the largest gathering of behavioral health advocates in Southwest Washington at the CRMHS Spring Gala.

Help support our mission of providing behavioral health and recovery services that transform the lives of children, adults, and families in the communities of Southwest Washington.

Spring Gala Auctions

We auctioned off some exciting trips, experiences, and exciting items during the Spring Gala.

At the event, we had a Silent Auction and a Raffle, as well as a Live Auction.

Gold Sponsors
TwinStar Credit Union
The Vancouver Clinic
Silver Sponsors
Legacy Health
Molina Healthcare of WA
Rainier Springs
Riverview Vank 2024 logo
Vanda Health
Bronze Sponsors
Aegis Sciences
Alaska Airlines
Brown & Brown Insurance
Carelon Behavioral Health
Clark Public Utilities
Columbia Credit Union
Community Health Plan of Washington
Community Roots Collaborative
Davidson & Associates
The Equipment Butler
Evergreen Memorial Gardens
Grand Canyon University logo
Landerholm
NAACP Vancouver Branch
OneDigital
OnPoint Credit Union
Pacific Northwest Fundraising
Providence Health & Services
The Salvation Army Advisory Board
Vancouver Housing Authority
Waste Connections
Media Sponsor
The Columbian newspaper of Washington

If you would like to become a sponsor at a future event, or have any questions about the Spring Gala or the upcoming Courageous Conversations event, please contact Chief Marketing & Development Officer Christopher Cone at ChrisC@crmhs.org.

Previous Events

Thank you for attending our Fall fundraiser

Thank you to everyone who attended Courageous Conversations: Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health, presented by NAACP Vancouver.

This important event featured a candid conversation with Mercedes White Calf, member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and Southwest Washington advocacy coordinator at the Native American Youth and Family Center.

Courageous Conversations: Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health, presented by NAACP Vancouver. Event details for November 17, 2023 luncheon.

About Mercedes White Calf:

Mercedes White Calf is a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe and serves as Southwest Washington advocacy coordinator at the Native American Youth and Family Center. Mercedes’ work focuses on Washington’s most vulnerable communities by fostering change at local, state and federal legislative levels. She credits years of suffering from untreated mental health conditions, addiction and homelessness with developing her passion for social justice.

Mercedes White Calf, speaker at Courageous Conversations: Breaking the Stigma of Mental Health, presented by NAACP Vancouver. Event details for November 17, 2023 luncheon.Mercedes has worked to create avenues and opportunities for others like her, despite facing myriad barriers every day as a bi-racial woman. Her belief is that our communities are powerful and creative; they can create change for generations to come.

Thank you to Courageous Conversations attendees and sponsors for your generosity and support! With your help, people in crisis receive mental health counseling and addiction treatment. Your support changes lives!

Presenting Sponsor

NAACP Vancouver BranchPresenting Sponsor

Platinum Sponsors

Amerigroup Community Foundation for Southwest Washington

Gold Sponsor

Vancouver Housing Authority

Silver Sponsors

Carelon healthcare system Community Roots Collaborative Molina Healthcare of WA

Bronze Sponsors

Adaptive Equity Leadership Institute Council for the Homeless Educational Opportunities for Children & Families (EOCF): connect, empower, transform HAPO Community Credit Union Heritage Bank logo of a blue tree silhouette NAYA Action fund logo Southwest Washington Accountable Community of Health YWCA Clark County logo: eliminating racism, empowering women

Venue Sponsor

Hilton Hotel & Resorts

Thank you for attending our Spring fundraiser

The annual Butterfly Ball supports Southwest Washington’s oldest behavioral health organization.

Columbia River Mental Health Services held its annual spring fundraiser, the Butterfly Ball, on Friday, May 19, 2023 at ilani Casino in Ridgefield, WA.

About the Event:
Butterfly Ball, an evening to support Columbia River Mental Health Services, was a night of fun with friends, a delicious dinner, and an inspiring program full of hope.

Just like butterflies, CRMHS clients experience life-changing transformations when they receive our services for behavioral health and addiction recovery.

We shared some of their stories, and celebrated the work we do in the community thanks to the support of partners like you.

If you have any questions, please contact Chief Marketing & Development Officer Christopher Cone at ChrisC@crmhs.org.

Thank you to attendees, donors, and sponsors for your generosity and support! With your help, people in crisis receive mental health counseling and addiction treatment. Your support changes lives!

 

Gold Sponsors

Visit our fantastic sponsor Hi-School Pharmacy at https://hi-schoolpharmacy.com/NAACP Vancouver Branchlogo of Riverview BankTwinStar Credit UnionThe Vancouver Clinic

 

Silver Sponsors

Logo of Community Health Plan of Washington (CHPW): The Power of Communityilani casinoMolina healthcareWaste Connections of Washington

Bronze Sponsors

Aegis Sciences Corporation: helping Clinicians Make Better DecisionsAirfield Estates logo with a propeller planeAlaska AirlinesCFM AdvocatesColumbia Credit UnionCommunity Roots CollaborativeCouve's Customs (detailing)Evergreen Memorial GardensGreat Wolf Lodge logoMutual of America Financial GroupPacific Northwest FundraisingProvidence Health & ServicesRainier Springs: There's Hope. There's Help.

An orange, black, and white butterfly clings to a branch, in front of a cloudy blue sky and orange horizon, as the sun sets. Photo by Nupo Deyon Daniel, via Unsplash.
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