Mental Health Family Mission is
Hope of Healing Ministry.
is new nickname of MHFM.
Mental Health Family Mission provides support, education, counseling, and information in a balance between psychiatric and spiritual aspects to families with mental illness suffering from the burden of protection.
It also increases awareness of mental illness and eliminates prejudice. Our ultimate goal is to contribute to the true recovery of patients and to help recovered patients and their families live happily.
10/15/2010: Mental Health Family Mission established.
03/19/2011: O.C. branch established.
04/23/2011: L.A. branch established.
08/25/2012: Torrance branch established.
01/08/2013: Opened a counseling center.
01/04/2014: O.C and L.A. branch started advanced classes.
06/10/2014: Decided to cooperate with Western Medical Center.
06/15/2014: Moved to a new office in Anaheim.
03/01/2015: Decided to cooperate with The Korean American Counseling Center.
05/02/2015: Decided to cooperate with the Asian American Drug Abuse Program.
10/22/2016: Each branch joint picnic held.
04/17/2017: Las Vegas branch established.
07/03/2017: Young adults recovery program began.
07/15/2017: Mental Health Family Mission got the nickname of lighthouse.
10/01/2017: San Diego branch established.
01/15/2018: Recovering young adults went on a two-day trip to Las Vegas.
03/01/2018: Started a project to build an own group home.
03/29/2019: Published the book <I want to die but I want to live> in Korea.
06/01/2019: O.C. branch Opened a new counseling center in Buena Park.
04/01/2020: Healing Town construction project started.
06/01/2020: Started job creation program for recovering young adults.
1. Family Link Seminar
Education for families that deepens understanding about mental health and improves self-care skills. [ Free counseling offered]
2. Support Groups
Meetings where families share common experiences and help one another.
3. Spiritual Care Group
Bible study and prayer meeting that seeks to provide biblical answers to mental illness and restoration.
4. Family Visit
Connects families to proper rehabilitation/welfare programs.
5. Print Ministry
Provides manuals for the proper understanding of mental illness and for ministry.
6. Collaborative Programs for Churches and Specialized Institutions
Collaborates with churches and mental health affiliated organizations to hold seminars for the local Korean community.
1. Scholarship Ministry
Provides financial support for students recovering from mental illnesses.
2. Group Home Ministry
Operate own group home
3. Establishment of On-line shopping / wholesale business for patient's financial independence
4. Emotional support program for patient's families and their individual talent development.
5. Building a medical facility for mental patients
(California South Church)
Karland Motors, Inc.
(Dorca's Christian Village)
(New Life Vision Church)
(Korean Church of O.C.)
(O.K. Auto Shop)
(Jesus Christ Mission)
제임스 홍 변호사 그룹
(Law Offices of James S. Hong & Associates)
(Hanmaum Presbyterian Church)
(So Fresh Cleaners)
Lee & Park Co.
Koos Manufacturing Inc.
Dimax Express, Inc.
김영철 (Yung Chul Kim)
김정길 & 김순남 (Jung Kil Kim & Soon Nam Kim)
김홍식(Hong Sik Kim)
김효진 (Prisca Kim)
데이빗 신 (David Shin)
배기호 & 배정숙 (Chung Sook Pai & Kiho Pai)
신은실 (Un Sil Shin)
이재건 & 이영희 (Jai Keun Lee & Young Hee Lee)
임철원 (Chul Won Lim)
정재훈 & 정정숙 (Jay H. Chung & Sue C. Chung)
정진철 (Jin Chul Jhung)
최선아 (Sun Ah Choi)
한창훈 (William C. Han)
김인종 (In Chong Kim)
김용원 & Mickey Kim (Yong W. Kim & Mickey Kim)
김일붕 (David Kim)
데니얼 정 (Daniel S. Chung)
오스티나 조 (Dr. Austina Cho)
윤인희 (Inhee Youn),
지상엽 (Sang Yup Chi),
문영자 (Young Ja Moon)
Tae Y. Chong, Teresa Cho, Alice Roh, Jay Seo, Sung H. Yoo, Tae Kim
Sang Byum Lee & Jully Lee
Min Se Lee & Duk Ja Lee
Joseph & Julie Ahn, Eun Kyung Shim, Lydia Kwon
Kyong Cha Duarte
Oh Ju Myung
장순찬 & 장순애
Grace & Moses Chon
John Kim / Goanpyo Hong / Elisa Kim
Si Eun Kim
Hyangey Ha, Sun Kim
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.
IRS. EIN (Tax ID): 27-3663559
Pay to the order of : MHFM
Mental Health Family Mission
9778 Katella Ave. Suite 102
Anaheim, CA 92804
O.C Area Meeting
Mental Health Family Mission Meeting room
1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, 10 am~1 pm
9778 Katella Ave. Suite 102, Anaheim, CA 92804
Regular Meeting Guide
L.A Area Meeting
Angelica Lutheran Church (1st Floor Library)
2nd and 4th Saturdays from 10 am ~ 1 pm
1345 S. Burlington Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006
Torrance Area Meeting
Sovereign Grace Bible Church
On the 4th Saturday of each month, 10 am~1 pm
101 S. Pacific Coast Hwy. Redondo Beach, CA 90277
3rd Monday of the month 2 pm~5 pm
6985 W. Sahara Ave. #205. Las Vegas, NV 89117
Las Vegas Area Meeting
MHFM open blog. Come & join us. ( Lighthouse keeper )
Run Director: 김용원 (Yong W. Kim / Solar Turbine Sr. Engineer)
Run Director: 김인종 (Joey Kim / 서울대학교 미주 사무소 국장)
Run Director: 김일붕 (David Kim / 전 연방정부 IT Engineer)
Executive Director : Rev. Yung Chul Kim (D.Min) (714-313-4077, Email: )
Advisor : Dr. Joo Young Kim (Psy. D) (Email: )
Counselor : Donghee Yih (M.Div., MFT Trainee) (562-739-5664, Email: )
Education Director : Jinhyun Bae (MFT) (661-644-8601, Email: )
Development Director : Lydia Kwon (310-227-2142, Email: )
* The Mental Health Family Mission is a non-profit organization established on October 15, 2010.