Here Tomorrow offers a warm, welcoming physical and virtual space to have conversations about mental health, and receive guidance on what to do if mental health problems are getting in the way of you living your life.
Who We Are
We are here to listen.
We can answer your questions about mental health treatment.
We will provide you with the information you need to choose the best path for you.
we are here to stand by you.
Read our 5 Star Reviews on Google!
This is the first and only place I’ve been able to actually receive the help for my mental health needs in a timely manner. They called me back within the hour, scheduled an appointment for the following day, and had me set up with a mentor and a therapist by the time I left. It’s the only place that has actually listened to my problems and addressed them with love and care, not medication. There’s no other place like it!!
Please feel free to contact our office to talk to someone about the best course of action for you to seek help.
You can also text us to get the conversation going. Send a text during our office hours to:
Our office is a safe space for you. Please visit us any time and we’ll accommodate you as best we can.
You Know Yourself Better Than Anyone Else
Our Peer Support Specialists want to help you explore your options and connect you with what you are looking for to change your situation. We collaborate with service organizations and mental healthcare practitioners to help you find what you need, when you need it. Our team is always here to serve you, and there is no cost to you and no obligation for our services.
What We Do
Our mission is to transform lives by building a community where mental healthcare is acceptable and accessible. When life throws you pain, and it begins to feel unbearable, we will stand by you and help navigate you through it.
As a mental health collaborative, we partner with other community organizations to make sure you get the help you are looking for when you need it.
What We Believe
"You guys literally saved my life!"
It's okay to not be okay.
It’s also okay to ask for help.