Our 41-member board strives to maintain diversity in all of its forms, including income, those with mental illness, family members, age, race, gender and various needed skill sets. We are proud to say that many of our board members who have “termed off” our board continue to remain very involved with the organization and deeply committed to our efforts. Staff and volunteers sit side-by-side in all of the planning and work of the organization.

In addition, we have an extremely active advisory board made up of community leaders who support our work and are there to offer insight and guidance when needed.