In May, as we celebrate National Mental Health Month, Washburn Center is excited to unveil our new mission statement and core values:
Our commitment to children’s mental health is stronger than ever – and our amazing supporters bring this new mission and core values to life each and every day.
Governor Dayton and Mayor Frey proclaim “Washburn Center for Children Day”
Recognizing the impact Washburn Center for Children has throughout our community and state, Minneapolis Mayor Frey and Governor Dayton proclaimed May 10 – National Children’s Mental Health Awareness Day – as “Washburn Center for Children Day.”
“Washburn Center for Children provides therapeutic care that strengthens our state by addressing the mental health needs of children, youth and families,” proclaimed Governor Dayton.
Mayor Frey noted Washburn Center’s 135-year-impact on our community’s children and families:
“Children’s mental health interventions can make a lasting improvement by improving education outcomes, reducing juvenile crime and creating healthier, safer communities.”
Help us celebrate: connect with us on social media
National Mental Health Month is the perfect time to be an advocate of children’s mental health. Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter and share our social posts throughout May as we highlight the impact our supporters have through our new mission and values.