LifeStance Health Foundation
Established in 2021, LifeStance Health Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was endowed to award grants, make scholarships and support organizations that share LifeStance’s vision to improve mental health access. The Foundation focuses on especially vulnerable patients including youth and adolescents, underrepresented minority communities and the underemployed and uninsured. To date, the Foundation has awarded more than $400,000 to both national and local non-profits working to destigmatize access to mental healthcare.
We work to improve mental health access for:
Underrepresented minority communities
Youth and adolescents
Underemployed and uninsured patients
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We partner with like-minded organizations that are committed to increasing access to mental health resources for underrepresented communities.
In the news
Gwen Booth Named Executive Director of LifeStance Health Foundation
Booth will lead the Foundation’s work to improve mental health access for especially vulnerable patients including youth and adolescents, underrepresented minority communities and the underemployed and uninsured. To date, the Foundation has awarded more than $400,000 to both national and local non-profits working to destigmatize mental health and increase access to care. Most recently, the Foundation awarded a grant to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention to support its programs for college students and teens.
LifeStance Health Foundation Commits $250,000 to Support the Mental Health Coalition
Founded and launched by Kenneth Cole, The Mental Health Coalition is a committed group of leading organizations, brands and individuals dedicated to transforming the conversation and culture around mental health. The LifeStance Health Foundation has committed $250,000 to support the coalition’s mission of offering access to vital mental health resources and necessary support for all. Read more about the partnership here.
LifeStance Health Foundation Advances Its Mission To Improve Mental Health Access, Announces Latest Grantee
$30,000 Donation to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Foundation Made in Honor of Team USA Athletes; Follows $250,000 Donation to the Mental Health Coalit…Read Now