Our Mission:

Valerie Foundation puts into practice initiatives that lead to the prevention and treatment of mental illness, as well as the education of mental health through community outreach and advocacy.

Our vision:

To alleviate the suffering caused by mental illness and to change the way people think about mental health.

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Valerie Foundation Launch Event!!

Join us as we celebrate the launch of Valerie Foundation & recognize our 2019 grant recipient, The Sutherland Bipolar Center.

Saturday, November 2, 2019

  • 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

  • The Maven Hotel at Dairy Block Denver (map)


2019 Grant Award Recipient

Consistent with our mission Valerie Foundation provides support to initiatives and campaigns that can provide tangible demonstrable impact of their stated purpose. We are excited to announce that we are supporting the following organization in pursuit of their mission. Take a look at the incredible work that this organization is doing for mental health.


Sutherland Bipolar center

In Partnership with the University of Colorado Boulder the Sutherland Bipolar Center provides evaluation and treatment services to people with bipolar disorders regardless of their ability to pay. The Sutherland Centers provides diagnostic evaluations, treatment recommendations, psychotherapy (individual, family and group), a limited amount of on-going medication management, and an educational seminar series. Services are offered on a sliding-fee scale.

In addition to providing expert treatment and evaluation services to people who otherwise couldn't afford it, the center provides intensive training to advanced doctoral students in their clinical psychology program.

Our Community

One of our biggest goals as we endeavor to make change is to create a community of peer support. Often times, knowing that you are not alone in your struggle to cope with mental health concerns can offer hope and be of great comfort. We envision this community to be a safe place where people can turn for encouragement and resources in tough times; or to find an opportunity to make change themselves.



1 in 5

or 43.8 million of adults in the United States,

experience mental illness in a given year.



of adults in the United states,

experienced an anxiety disorder such as post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder or specific phobias.



of Adults in the united states,

had at least one major depressive episode in the past year.


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