Mental health services at Salvation Army of La Crosse County supported by Mayo Clinic Health system bell ringing match

Since 2018, Mayo’s Match Day has raised about $145,000 for the Salvation Army’s psychiatric and mental health services.

LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) More than $27,000 will help mental health services at the La Crosse County’s Salvation Army.

Staff from Mayo Clinic Health System presented a check, following a $15,000 match during the annual bell ringing campaign.

The money allows for The Salvation Army to pay for contracted psychiatric services provided for our residents in the shelter.

“In the past few years, we have seen more and more attention at at community level and nationally towards mental health needs. And it is something that is really important towards helping our community thrive,” said Mayo Clinic Health System clinical psychologist Dr. Chelsea Ale.

Since 2018, Mayo’s Match Day has raised about $145,000 for the Salvation Army’s psychiatric and mental health services.