Contributions from donors like you enable KBH to continue to serve our most vulnerable community members. Donations that are unrestricted go toward programs such as Homeless Youth Outreach, Clubhouse, Substance Use Disorder Prevention, and Child & Family Services. You can financially support the work of our non-profit health-care agency in several ways:
By making a contribution online: here
By making a contribution by mail:
Mail a check, payable to KMHA Foundation, which supports all Kennebec Behavioral Health entities. Please download and complete this form (pdf). Send the form and your check to:
c/o Tina Chapman
67 Eustis Parkway
Waterville, Maine 04901
By making a contribution by phone:
Telephone a credit-card gift by calling 873-2136, ext 1905.
Planned Giving: Information Brochure
By transferring appreciated securities:
You can transfer appreciated securities by authorizing your broker to transfer shares to KMHA Foundation. Contact the KBH Development Office
to obtain the KMHA Foundation Account and routing numbers.
New! KBH High School Scholarship Fund
Kennebec Behavioral Health believes that investing in the education and training of individuals who will become our future behavioral health professionals is critically important. Workforce development specific to mental health and substance use disorder is key to assuring that KBH will be able to fulfill its mission for many years to come.Kennebec Behavioral Health is pleased to announce it is sponsoring a new high school scholarship program. Up to eight $1,000 scholarships will be awarded each May to selected students at participating area high schools. Eligible students must be accepted at an accredited college, university or technical school; plan to major in a behavioral health field; and have at least a B average or equivalent in high school.
Individuals may donate to KBH’s Scholarship Fund by simply designating their gift to Kennebec Behavioral Health’s “Scholarship Fund”.
Contact the Development Office, at 873-2136, ext. 1905, or e-mail Tina Chapman, or at ext. 1005, or e-mail Elizabeth Keane. We very much appreciate your support.