About Us

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Drew McCorey, Founder

Drew is attending the University of Central Florida majoring in Hospitality Management. Originally from Richmond, Virginia, he enjoys running and ran track and cross country in high school. Following two hospitalizations due to depression and anxiety, Drew was diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 

January of 2015. Drew made great strides initially but was hospitalized 

again in November of 2016.  After improving again, Drew decided to 

help others live healthy lives recovery and beyond.

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Our Goal

Our goal is to raise as much money and awareness as possible. 

We not only want to provide financial assistance to families of teens 

struggling with a mental illness, but also provide the resources 

and tools that are necessary to continue every child's success 

mentally so they can live healthy and productive lives post treatment. 

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Without You This Wouldn't Be Possible

We rely on donations to help families afford proper treatment 

and without you, none of this would be possible.


  • In September 2017, a mental health facility in Florida became our first beneficiary to support mental health programs that are greatly needed. 


  • In May 2019, a mental health foundation in Virginia received a donation to fund their mental health programs for teenagers. 


Thank you for making a difference 

so we can help those in need get the help they deserve!

Why help is needed

Reasons for not Receiving Mental Health Services

According to a study conducted by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMSHA), researchers found that the number one factor for not receiving help, at 50.1%, was because they could not afford the cost. Additionally, 15% of people provided inadequate health insurance as the reason for not seeking help. Furthermore, one in five people said they did not seek help due to others finding out and confidentiality issues.

This study goes to show that in addition to simply talking about mental illness and ending the stigma associated with it, there is a major need for financial aid when it comes to mental health treatment. The effect of this has cost people their lives and it's time for that to end.