Get Involved

A community is as strong as its volunteers. There are many ways to support the mental health of children, teens, and adults in Richland County through partnership with the following programs and services.


CACY – Community Action for Capable Youth

Volunteer Opportunities

Board of Trustees, Program Planning Committee or help with fundraising activities.


Tracee Anderson at 419-774-5683


Volunteer Opportunities

Kitchen Support, Clerical, Progress Industries Support, Client Escort, etc. We are open to finding out what the volunteer is passionate about and how they can use those passions here at Catalyst!


Annabelle Coffman at 419-774-2202 or

NAMI – National Alliance On Mental Illness

Volunteer Opportunities

Helping with newsletter mailings, fund raising activities, participating in family or individual panels telling their stories to the public, outreach for the next Family to Family classes.


Phone: 419-522-6264

Aubrie Hall, Executive Director

Rachel Hilson, Adult Program Coordinator

Marley Adams, Youth Program Coordinator

Richland County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board

Volunteer Opportunities

Become a Member of the Board or join the Suicide Prevention Coalition.


Sherry Branham, Executive Director

Phone: 419-774-5811 Email:

Share Your Story

Do you have life experience that you feel could help others? Please submit your story.

Spread the Word

Share our “One Pager.” This one page document lists contact information and numbers for our community partners and agencies. It is a great quick reference of Richland County contacts and service providers to keep with you for yourself or to help others. (Not seeing what you need? Our community partners at First Call 2-1-1 can help. Pick up your phone and dial 2-1-1. A live support person can help you locate help or resources.)