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To advance the use of movement and exercise for better mental health in our community.

When it comes to exercise, people encounter many barriers.

Scientific research has made it clear that regular physical exercise is one of the best things we can do for our mental health.  Perhaps even THE best.  But when it comes to exercise, people encounter many barriers, and the financial barrier certainly can be one of them. Working with a personal trainer is oftentimes financially unaffordable to many.  Same with attending group fitness classes. Sometimes a person is in need of the proper clothing or shoes to exercise, but again, it is not within their budget.  

Similarly, for many people who are struggling with their mental health, seeing a therapist on a regular basis is something that they can not financially afford. Or, if they do end up seeking treatment, it leads to increased financial stress in their lives.  

The Well Being Foundation is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization.   Its purpose is to eliminate financial barriers in order to ensure that all of our clients can get the help they are looking for, and be able to take full advantage of the fitness and exercise aspect of our programming that is there primarily for the betterment of their mental health.  

We want to provide everyone with and equal opportunity to get help, get active, and get well.  

"The Foundation has helped me start exercising regularly which is important for everyone."

Client "H.K."

Board of Directors

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