Tax Filing Information

In accordance with federal regulations, non-profit organizations are required to provide public access to their financial statements. Below, you can find Be the Change in Mental Health's annual Form 990 filings. As always, do not hesitate to contact our team should you have any questions.

Who we are

Be the Change in Mental Health is a California-based nonprofit organization operating under the 501(c)(3) designation. Our primary objective is to introduce cutting-edge therapeutic approaches designed to assist individuals with various objectives, ranging from addressing treatment-resistant mental health conditions to enhancing overall well-being and attaining greater depth and fulfillment in life.

Our offerings encompass a range of services, including Ketamine-assisted Psychotherapy and NeuroStarĀ® Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, all of which are accessible to the general public in a secure and medically supervised, legal framework. Our team comprises licensed therapists and medical physicians who administer these treatments, specifically targeting some of the most challenging mental health conditions, including intractable depression, suicidality, post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety, as well as aiding individuals in adapting to life transitions and addressing their broader biopsychosocial-existential desires and requirements.

We want to emphasize that all our staff prioritize cultural sensitivity in their practice. Our unwavering commitment to cultural sensitivity ensures that every client, irrespective of their cultural background, receives therapy that is both highly effective and respectful, fostering a more enriching and supportive therapeutic journey.

Our overarching mission is to extend these life-saving therapeutic interventions to millions of individuals, regardless of their socioeconomic status. We adhere rigorously to scientifically validated protocols, and all treatments are administered by licensed professionals in full compliance with the regulations set forth by the Department of Justice, the California Board of Medicine, and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).


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