Tampa Bay Thrives receives support from Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation

Tampa Bay Thrives receives support from Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation

(L to R) Linda McKinnon, President & CEO of Central Florida Behavioral Health Network; Carrie Zeisse, President & CEO of Tampa Bay Thrives; Elizabeth Frazier, Executive Director of the Lightning Foundation; and Clara Reynolds, President & CEO of the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay 

Tampa Bay Thrives is grateful to the Community Foundation of Tampa Bay and the Tampa Bay Lightning Foundation for supporting our work.

The Community Foundation’s gift of $50,000, along with the shared gift of $15,000 from the Tampa Bay Lightning Community Hero Award, will help fund short-term bridge counseling for individuals facing long wait times to get in to see in a provider.

This service is provided by the University of South Florida’s Department of Psychiatry, which receives referrals from our Let’s Talk navigation support line.