4 Ways to Make a Gift to WellStone

WellStone is North Alabama’s nonprofit mental healthcare center, serving up to 14,000 kids, teens, and adults each year. As a 501(c)3 organization supported in part by our generous community, WellStone provides more than $3.1 million in uncompensated care to North Alabamians annually so that no one is turned away due to inability to pay.   With […]


3 Reasons to Make a Year-End Gift to WellStone

WellStone is North Alabama’s largest nonprofit mental healthcare provider, serving up to 14,000 kids, teens, and adults each year. As a 501(c)3 organization supported in part by our generous community, WellStone provides more than $3.1 million in uncompensated care to North Alabamians annually. No one is turned away due to inability to pay.   Here are […]


WellRead The Book Club Meets July 23

Adobe Stock | All Rights Reserved Mark your calendars! WellStone’s quarterly book club meets again in July. WellRead The Book Club uses highly rated books to launch real conversations about mental illness and addiction, exploring the powerful topics that shift, and sometimes shake, our lives.  Join us Tuesday, July 23, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 […]


Press Release: WellStone Implements CCBHC Model of Care

WellStone to become one of Alabama’s first Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinics and Implement Transformative Model of Care The State Selected for CCBHC Medicaid Demonstration Program Huntsville, AL, Alabama’s behavioral healthcare system begins an important transition this week, and WellStone is one of two community mental health centers in the state leading the way toward […]


Donor Spotlight: CEO Hank Isenberg

WellStone thanks IronMountain Solutions CEO Hank Isenberg for strengthening mental health care in North Alabama. His generous $100,000 gift to WellStone’s Be the Rock capital campaign is helping build a strong foundation of compassion, connection, and community for adults—and children—in mental health and substance abuse crisis. “Supporting this project means contributing to a vital safety […]


Cullman County Bikers raise $1,200 for Mental Health 

Dozens of riders revved up for mental health last month.   Steven McDonald and Kevin Speegle co-organized Cullman County’s inaugural We Care Suicide Prevention Ride. Dozens participated, meeting up at Redline Leather & Cycle Works in Hanceville, and pitching in to donate $1,200 to WellStone’s “Be the Rock—Kids” capital campaign.  The pair wanted to raise awareness […]


Profile Story: Telehealth Now at WellStone

After COVID, telehealth soared in popularity, even making its way into mental healthcare practices. In 2021, the American Psychiatric Association (APA) conducted a study and found that most Americans welcomed these alternative therapy options.   Now this innovative service is available at North Alabama’s mental healthcare leader.   Brianna Mitchell, LMSW, joined WellStone early this year, and […]


WellStone Hosts Hiring Event on March 8

Visit us Friday, March 8, for our Spring Hiring Event. We are hiring for LPNs, RNs, case managers, therapists, techs, and more. Full-time, part-time and various shifts available. Entry-level and mid-level opportunities available. We are North Alabama’s leading provider for mental healthcare and substance use treatment services. Hiring managers will hold on-site interviews from 9 […]


Donor Spotlight: Torch Technologies & Freedom Real Estate

Torch Technologies and Freedom Real Estate have made their philanthropic marks in North Alabama. WellStone is grateful to be among the organizations supported by these generous companies.  In 2022, Starfish Holdings first donated to WellStone’s Be the Rock capital campaign on behalf of its subsidiaries, Freedom and Torch. The company’s first round of funding supported […]


Be the Rock Donor Spotlight: Lane Wilson

Lane Wilson’s compassion for individuals suffering from mental illness and substance use disorders runs deep. After all, he watched his late wife, Julie, battle addiction and depression for years, crushing her once joyful and effervescent spirit, and breaking his heart.  “We saw this beautiful, energetic, caretaking mother become a person that lived in desperation,” Lane […]


WellRead, The Book Club, Meets Jan. 23

Mark your calendars! WellStone’s quarterly book club meets again in January. WellRead The Book Club uses highly rated books to launch real conversations about mental illness and addiction, exploring the powerful topics that shift, and sometimes shake, our lives.  Join us for an evening of warmth, connection, and learning at the Southeast Huntsville YMCA on […]


Guest Feature: Down the Rabbit Hole

WellStone thanks Dr. Annie Saylor, SimTech CEO and WellStone Board Member, for contributing this piece. Saylor writes about her sister, her sister’s illness, and their special relationship. Nannie Saylor Adams was diagnosed with schizophrenia at 22. Despite several rough years early on, Nannie eventually got on the right treatment regimen. Saylor lost her sister just […]