Our Vision

Everyone wins when we achieve our vision that all community members in need can access mental healthcare and live full, meaningful lives. (About Us Video).

Our Mission

To transform lives by building a community where mental healthcare is acceptable and accessible. (About Us Video).

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Josh Lewis

There have been many changes in my life over the past two years moving, changing jobs, along with a host of other issues. I found myself in a state of undeniable depression. I fought it it for a while on my own but was not making any real progress. Finally, I started reaching out for help and was directed to Here Tomorrow. Jeff answered the phone and I felt foolish as I fought back crying to say I just need someone to speak to. Jeff was quick to make sure I knew that was what he was there for. I have been speaking regularly for the past week and half with Jeff and it has meant the world to me. I know what my issues are and what I need to do, but I didn’t have someone with an objective view to talk to that could confirm or question what I was thinking and how to move forward. Now I do!

We deliver our mission by executing on our core model

Educate the community.

Normalize the conversation about mental health conditions.
Connect those seeking help with resources.
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Our Leadership

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Eliza Hall

Jeff and team were God sent for my family during our time of need. The passion and compassion they have to help others is beyond anything I have seen. They truly have a heart to help others. Jeff takes pride in not just helping for a season, he invests his time and wisdom to become a true friend and advocate.

Board of Directors


Joshua Ashby

CEO, Fleet Landing

Nelson Bradshaw

Northeast Florida CEO, BBVA Compass

Mohit Chauhan

Psychiatrist, Mayo Clinic
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Steven Gottfried

CEO, Equip ID

Denise Kenney

Retired Educator
Joe Kenney

Joe Kenney

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David S. Loeb, MD

Gastroenterologist, Mayo Clinic

Kathleen Patneau, LMFT, CAP

Behavioral Health Manager,
Ascension St. Vincent’s

Teresa A. Rummans, M.D.

Professor of Psychiatry, Mayo Clinic

Jerry Sweat

Lead Pastor, Beach Church

Peer Support Professionals

Joe Kenny funds Here Tomorrow Mental Health Initiative

Suicide: Florida Times Union

April 23, 2021: The Florida Times Union, USA Today Reporter, Matt Soergel wrote an article about Joe Kenney, Benefactor and Board President of Here Tomorrow.

Joe's son Gary suffered from depression and took his own life at the age of 30 years old. At his funeral services, Joe vowed to do whatever it took to stop more suicides.

Today, Here Tomorrow exists and is changing mental healthcare in Jacksonville and the beach communities.

Access special resources with our Press Kit.

It's okay to not be okay.

And it’s also okay to ask for help.