The Richmond Behavioral Health Foundation (RBHF) is dedicated to obtaining funding to support the essential services of RBHA – Mental Health, Intellectual Disabilities, Substance Use Disorders, and Emergency/Crisis Intervention Services that are available 24/7 365 days a year.

Richmond remains the most vulnerable behavioral health community in Virginia with regionally the highest rates of poverty, academic underachievement, violent crime, health disparity and homelessness.  The number of people who need help is staggering.

RBHF started as a 501(c)3 in 2010 as the fundraising and outreach arm of RBHA.  Although RBHA receives funding from state, federal and Richmond City sources, the overall funding is not enough to reach every individual in need of our services. Over 40% of RBHA’s consumers do not have Medicaid, insurance, or any other means of payment. RBHF works to fill these gaps, and provides funding for general operations, specific program grants, and vital capital expenditures. 

That's why we need your help.  With your investment, more children and adults can get the treatment and support they need.


Contact RBH Foundation:

107 South Fifth Street

Richmond, VA 23219

Phone: 804-819-4097

Learn more about the RBHF Board of Trustees.

 


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There are many ways that you can play a role in supporting those in the greatest need. Below are a few of the ways that you can give to the Richmond Behavioral Health Foundation.

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Many of the people RBHA serves have no insurance or other means to pay for essential services. Your gift can help those in need access critical services.