Envista Cares Challenge Highlights Valeo Behavioral Health Care
For every dollar given to the organization during the month, Envista will match up to $2,500. Giving can be done online at www.envistacares.com.
“It is our goal to shine a spotlight on organizations that are doing exceptional work in our community, while encouraging our community to give,” said Tara Dimick, Senior Vice President of Business Development for Envista. “We were inspired by the old proverb, ‘It takes village.’ We are a part of that village and we are here to help.”
For the month of May Envista has partnered with Valeo Behavioral Health Carefor the Envista Cares Challenge. May is especially important to Valeo as it is Mental Health Awareness Month.Mental health is essential to overall health and Valeo provides hope through recovery. With over thirty programs, their staff assists individuals suffering with mental health on that journey of healing.
“At Valeo we want to unmask the stigma associated with mental illness and substance use disorders. Valeo provides hope through recovery and has been doing so for over 50 years in Shawnee County,” said Bill Persinger, Jr., CEO of Valeo Behavioral Health Care. “Envista is helping us spread this awareness.”
"The donation match provided by Envista for National Mental Health Awareness Month in May will be impactful to the over 7,000 consumers that we serve—most of which are living in poverty, uninsured/under-insured or homeless,” said Aimee Copp-Hasty, Corporate Development Director of Valeo Behavioral Health Care. “Valeo never turns anyone away for their inability to pay.”
Envista Credit Union is a full service financial institution established in 1957 to provide members quality products and services to achieve their financial goals. Envista currently has $375 million in assets and serves more than 42,000 Kansans with offices in Topeka, Lawrence and Hutchinson. For more information visit www.envistacu.com.
Since 1967, Valeo Behavioral Health Care has served the Topeka and Shawnee County area and been the designated mental health authority for Shawnee County. Throughout the years, our services have expanded and evolved to better suit our patients' needs. For more information visit www.valeotopeka.org.