Inside: RVRC recap, DCS final stop, RESPECT update and nominations open for Lasting Legacy
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We’re Moving Offices!

As of Friday, October 28th, 2022, we are no longer at 221 Metro Drive, Suite C, Jefferson City, MO, 65109. We are moving next to the State Capitol! 

Our new office address is:
223 E. Capitol Avenue, Suite 100 (Lower Level)
Jefferson City, MO, 65101

Please update your records to reflect this change. Thank you!

Real Voices – Real Choices Virtual Connect

Thank you for taking part in the RVRC Virtual Connect this year!

We had a wonderful and successful event with hundreds of individuals in attendance to watch our incredible presentations. 

We would like to thank our presenters and all in attendance for their participation as we aim to unite, inform, and empower individuals on mental health.

If you didn’t get a chance to attend, a video library is now available on our website from the event. 

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Director’s Creativity Showcase Traveling Show

We are about to wrap up the DCS Traveling Show 2022 and prepare for new submissions!

We have one more location for the Traveling Show. It will be in Kansas City, MO at Healing Canvas Outpatient Behavioral Health (Truman Medical Center).

It will be up at Swope Health Medical Center until October 31, 2022. The DCS Traveling Show ends on November 3rd. Shortly after, we will be accepting new submissions for the 2023 Director’s Creativity Showcase. More information will be posted soon. 

Visit our website to learn more about DCS!

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RESPECT Institute of Missouri 

We are excited to share a few updates on the RESPECT Institute.
Under the Foundation, we are currently rebranding and updating the RESPECT Institute of Missouri for the coming year. This also includes adding a webpage to the Missouri Mental Health Foundation’s website information regarding the program.
Additionally, we have a new Statewide RESPECT Coordinator as Katie Andrews has transitioned to her role as the Executive Director. Tynesha Hardin, the Community Engagement Coordinator, has assumed the role of the Statewide RESPECT Coordinator.

We are so excited to bring you fresh and updated content and information so that we may best train those with lived experience to tell their story around the state of Missouri. 

If you have any questions or need to schedule a speaker, please contact Tynesha Hardin at (573) 635-9201 or

Missouri Lasting Legacy Award Nominations

We are currently accepting Lasting Legacy Award nominations for our 2023 event.

The recipient must meet the eligibility requirements which can be found on our website. To get more information, click the link below or contact our office.
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Thank you for reading!

We are always grateful to our donors and supporters who allow us to do the work we do in providing programs, services, and events for all Missourians and those impacted by mental health conditions.  

We appreciate you not only supporting the Foundation’s mission but living it. For that, you are a part of the MMHF family! Please continue to help us do this important work, by donating today. Thank you!
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223 E. Capitol Avenue
Suite 100
Jefferson City
United States of America