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Who We Are

When you place your contributions in our care, you can count on Excellence to operate efficiently and invest wisely.

To ensure that the goals of the Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care continue to be met, the board of directors uses a comprehensive Investment Policy that provides for prudent asset management.

An investment team composed of Excellence Board members and experts from Gerber/Taylor and CFWNC provides consulting and recommendations on Excellence investment activities. Our capacity to achieve our goals is directly tied to the preservation and growth of our financial assets. The investment funds currently available to FEMHC donors (beyond a money-market cash investment) are the CFWNC Multi-Manager fund and the CFWNC Conservative Allocation fund.

While each fund is accounted for separately, the assets of Excellence are pooled for investment purposes, yielding significant economies of scale. Investment managers are charged with maintaining and increasing the inflation-adjusted value of endowed funds with the goal of meeting charitable distribution and grant-making needs.

A complete list of administrative fees is available here.

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Annual Reports

Inaugural Report 2012-2013
Annual Report 2014
Anniversary Report 2015-2016
Annual Report 2016-2017

The Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health Care is a registered 501c3 charity.
Donations to any of our funds are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Tax ID: 27-4682873. A copy of the latest 990 filed by FEMHC may be obtained here or by contacting:
Excellence, Attn: Finance
8532 SW St. Helens Drive, Suite 250
Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
503.816.5676

Or by writing to the Oregon Department of Justice, Charitable Activities Section,
1162 Court Street NE
Salem, Oregon 97301-4096

Excellence Partners

  • Non-Profit Association of Oregon
  • International Bipolar Foundation
  • Integrative Mental Health University
  • Psych Rights
  • INIMH
  • Madinamerica.com
  • Emotional CPR
  • National Association of Professional Women
  • National Empowerment Center
  • Life Connections Peer Recovery Services
  • CrazyWise Film
  • ISEPP
  • ISPS – US Chapter
  • willhall.net
  • Saks Institute for Mental Health Law, Policy, and Ethics
  • MI Watch
  • www.jacquidillon.org
  • MentalHealth.gov
  • Ken Jue & Assoc InSHAPE Program
  • Massachusetts General Hospital
  • Lauren Spiro and Associates, Human Liberation and Community Building: Envision it, Create it.
  • Epower and Associates
  • Flawless Foundation
  • University of Illinois College of Medicine
  • International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership
  • Center for the Study of Empathic Therapy
  • Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation
  • Recovery Learning Community of Western Massachusetts
  • Dialogic Practice
  • CommonGround – PDA
  • Mental Health Commission of Canada
  • ProPublica
  • Early Assessment & Support Alliance
  • University of Massachusetts Medical School
  • RxISK.org
  • Depression & Bipolar Support Alliance
  • Stand Up For Mental Health
  • WRAP
  • Mad in America Continuing Education
  • Inspired at Work
  • The National Center for Trauma-Informed Care
  • Practice Recovery
  • Madness Radio