The vision of Gateway is to make recovery a reality for adults with mental illness. Gateway has been a leader in developing public-private partnerships, leveraging public funds with charitable contributions to provide a responsive, efficient, and effective program for individuals without other treatment options. Gateway has grown into a program recognized throughout the state for its innovative and effective services. Our goal is to be responsive to their evolving needs and to focus on helping those most in need of services. The entire community benefits when individuals are empowered to move from a life of dependency upon others to becoming an independent and productive member of the community. Gateway’s programs are successful, helping over 85% of its service recipients recover.
Gateway is the only nonprofit organization in Virginia to provide this type of treatment for individuals who have no other treatment options available to them. We encourage you to donate to Gateway and support our dedicated efforts and help those in need who, with the proper care and support systems, can achieve a better quality of life. We have many volunteer opportunities as well, so please contact our office if you are interested.
Since 1983, Gateway Homes, Inc. has filled a critical role for Virginians living with mental illness by offering a compassionate alternative to the limited residential and treatment options available. Gateway was originally founded by a group of mental health professionals and local families who wanted to help their loved ones achieve a better quality of life. In 1989, Gateway established its current home on a 30-acre campus in rural Chesterfield County. In 2003, Gateway changed its mission from long-term housing to a transitional residential program providing comprehensive, state-of-the-art mental health treatment. Gateway provides comprehensive mental health care by licensed mental health professionals including a psychiatrist, psychologist, nurse practitioner, counselors and other healthcare providers. This program has distinct components consisting of residential, training and education, supportive employment, and affordable housing services. We help clients in three distinct residential settings. Clients begin their mental health treatment and rehabilitation in a twenty four hour care center, then transition into supervised apartments, develop a plan for community living, and finally move into affordable housing the community.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
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