ZIA LARSON'S RAY OF LIGHT FOUNDATION
ILLUMINATING THE PATHWAY TO MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY
SAVE THE DATE
2020 WALK RUN
and GATHERING OF LIGHT SYMPOSIUM
Saturday, September 12, 2020
Support for The Zia Larson's Ray of Light Foundation helps fund research, education and early intervention programs.
Programs supported include but are not limited to the University of Washington's Accelerate Mental Health Care Early Psychosis Intervention Program and other research in schizophrenia, bipolar and other mental health disorders.
Watch our 2018 #GivingTuesday video and get inspired about our mission, vision, and impact. Contact us today to find out more about how you can join our team as we illuminate the pathway to mental health recovery.
CELEBRATING THE PATHWAY TO MENTAL HEALTH RECOVERY
Nearly one in five Americans suffer with mental illness each year. Our mission is to encourage the acceptance of mental disease as readily as physical disease and to eradicate the stigmas associated with diagnosis and behaviors resulting from mental illness. We are working to help educate individuals, families, and communities of the devastating effects of brain disorders and improve the lives of people living with them.
Join our friends and partners making a difference in the lives of others by supporting our impact campaigns, educational initiatives, and providing funding for groundbreaking national research studies.
We believe that together we accomplish more. Through individual and community partnerships, we support mental health awareness programs and educational initiatives that are working to change lives in Seattle and around the country.
Programs supported include the University of Washington Medicine's Early Psychosis Intervention Program at UW Behavioral Health Institute at Harborview Medical Center.
ZLROLF - NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness) Seattle's
"Light Up Recovery Award" Recipient
The Zia Larson Ray of Light Foundation is honored to partner with organizations that are doing groundbreaking work in the area of mental health. On December 31, 2018 NAMI Seattle awarded Zia Larson's Ray of Light Foundation the "Light Up Recovery Award" at their 40th Anniversary Celebration. The award is given in Recognition of our focus on promoting holistic health and illuminating the pathway to recovery through outreach and community partnership.
Zia Larson's Ray of Light Foundation recognizes the important work being done across the country through organizations like NAMI and NAMI Seattle and support organizations like theirs who are making a real impact in the fight for mental health recovery and destigmatizing mental disease.