MISSION

Momentum for Health exists to help individuals achieve mental and emotional health, discover and reach their potential, and fully participate in life.

Momentum offers adults, adolescents and families an array of high-quality programs and services that promote a healthier, independent future.

The organization focuses on a seamless delivery of comprehensive behavioral health services that are accessible, integrated, effective and engaging, resulting in the best treatment possible.

Momentum for Health was one of the organizations, in Santa Clara County, chosen to receive funding to create a social marketing campaign to reduce the stigma surrounding behavioral health among youth, transitional-age youth and their families.

This project is supported by Kaiser Permanente Northern California Community Benefit Programs.

To learn more about To Be Honest and view additional stories of hope, please visit tobehonest.today.

ANNUAL BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT

The Annual Benefit Golf Tournament attracts over 100 golfers each year. Players and businesses join together to support behavioral health programs and services. To date, the tournament has raised over $1.5 million. 

Team registrations and individual packages fill up fast. Secure your spot today.

Mental Health Facts

Mental illness can be experienced by anybody regardless of age, gender, religion or socio-economic level.

  • Did You Know...

    Adults living with serious mental illness die 25 years earlier than other Americans.

  • Did You Know...

    Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in the United States for people ages 10-24.

  • Did You Know...

    3.9% of adults in America have a mental illness and are uninsured. That is 8.1 million adults.

  • Did You Know...

    Adults living with serious mental illness die 25 years earlier than other Americans.

  • Did You Know...

    Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in the United States for people ages 10-24.

  • Did You Know...

    3.9% of adults in America have a mental illness and are uninsured. That is 8.1 million adults.

*Facts adapted from the California Mental Health Services Authority and the report Parity or Disparity: The State of Mental Health in America 2015 by Mental Health America (MHA).