1. Family Link Seminar
2. Support Groups
3. Spiritual Care Group
Education for families that deepens understanding about mental health and improves self-care skills. [ Free counseling offered]
Meetings where families share common experiences and help one another.
Bible study and prayer meeting that seeks to provide biblical answers to mental illness and restoration
4. Family Visit
5. Print Ministry
6. Collaborative Programs for Churches and Specialized Institutions
7. Scholarship Ministry
Connects families to proper rehabilitation/welfare programs.
Provides manuals for the proper understanding of mental illness and for ministry.
Collaborates with churches and mental health affiliated organizations to hold seminars for the local Korean community.
Provides financial support for students recovering from mental illnesses.
(Peter Y.K. Shin)
(Chang S. Jung)
(William C. Han)
(Ki Won Han)
(Bong S. Kim)
(Grand Motors, Inc.)
(O.K. Auto Shop)
(Dorca's Christian Village)
(Korean Church of O.C.)
(California South Church)
(New Life Vision Church)
(Jesus Christ Mission)
You can provide regular of temporary support for ongoing systematic care for family members of those with mental illness.
Since Mental Health Family Mission is a no-profit organization, for your financial contributions you may receive tax deductible benefits.
Pay to the order of : MHFM
Address: Mental Health Family Mission
9778 Katella Ave. Suite 102
Anaheim, CA 92804
Advisor : Dr. Joo Young Kim (Psy. D) (Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Executive Director in Southern California : Rev. Paul Kim (D.Min, Candi.)
(714-313-4077, Email: email@example.com)
Case Manager : Dong Kon Hong (MSW) (310-740-0600, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Counselor : Donghee Yih (M.Div., MFT Trainee) (562-739-5664, Email: email@example.com)
Education Director : Jinhyun Bae (661-644-8601, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)