This year we will present the 14th annual Florence Crittenton Conference on Friday, August 23 from 8:30-4:40 at Topeka Performing Arts Center. It is entitled -- Finding Worthiness: The Path to Healing Shame-Based Disorders. Dr. Todd Frye, LCPC, LCMFT, NCC, SATP-S, from MidAmerican Nazarene University, is our featured keynote speaker. Click here for registration information.
The conference provides up to six hours of continuing education, and includes lunch and two breakout sessions. Last year we received more than $6,000 in sponsor donations and the agency raised a over $10,000 total from your support. If you, or your business, would like to sponsor the conference, contact Mike Norris at 785.917.3369 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Innovator -- $1,000
Association of Community Mental Health Centers
Children’s Alliance of Kansas
Stormont Vail Hospital
Advocate -- $500
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas
KVC Health Systems
Lawrence Walmart Store #484
Ally -- $250
Adventure Dental & Vision
Century Business Technologies
Kansas Children’s Service League
Sunflower Health Plan
Psychiatric Residential Treatment Facility (PRTF)
Florence Crittenton PRTF program serves adolescent girls age 13–18 with major mental illnesses, substance abuse, and/or high risk behaviors requiring a structured and nurturing environment with active psychiatric treatment. Residents often have had multiple acute needs and have struggled to find their potential at lower levels of care thus leaving families feeling overwhelmed and helpless.
Heat Up Topeka
The Heat is a free community wellness program designed to Heat Up Topeka. Participants of The Heat are offered education, hands on experiences, and access to direct support on their wellness journey.
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas Foundation
Outpatient Mental Health Services
Individual, family, and group therapies are offered by qualified mental health professionals. The outpatient clinicians specialize in working with children, youth and families who are experiencing effects from trauma, anxiety, attachment, or depressive disorders. We encourage you to learn more about our outpatient program through our philosophy and treatment approaches page.
Annual Giving Clubs
Our Annual Giving Clubs serve as a way of recognizing our awesome annual donors. Since January 1, 2019 we have received donations and/or pledges from 55 amazing individuals, businesses and foundations totaling more than $41,000.
Ally ($1-$999) -- 43
Advocate ($1,000-$2,499) -- 9
Innovator ($2,500-$4,999) -- 3
Champion ($5,000-$9,999) -- 2
Trailblazer ($10,000-$24,999) -- 1
All donations $25,000 and above are considered major gifts to our agency. We rely on the strength of these large donations coupled with the foundation of our support -- Annual Giving -- to best assist the agency in carrying out its mission.
If you would like to help us move closer toward our goal call 785.233.0516, send an email to email@example.com, or click on "donate" to give online.