Social Media Content Calendar
Social Media Content Calendar
What We Need
- A 4-week content calendar for one social media platform, including graphics & copy (12-20 posts, or as agreed upon by both parties)
- A content calendar template that can be used to plan out posts in the future
Check out our social media outlets that we would like help with:
What We Have In Place
- We currently have content ideas, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a holiday calendar, donor created posts, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How This Will Help
This project will save us $4,212 , allowing us to provide integrated services to even more adults and transition-age youth who are facing mental health needs, including Veterans and people who are or have been homeless.
With help on our social media calendar, MHALA will be able to better reach potential members, gain valuable supporters, and increase mental health awareness. This will help MHALA achieve impact in the areas of mental health, healthcare, homelessness and housing, supported employment, wellness, training for the behavioral health workforce and for community members, and public policy and advocacy, with special programs for Veterans and transition-age youth.
About The Org
Mental Health America of Los Angeles (MHALA)
Mental Health America of Los Angeles works to ensure that people with mental health needs achieve meaningful, healthy lives in their communities.
What We Do
Mental Health America of Los Angeles has been a pioneer in mental health service advocacy, innovation, and training for nearly a century, working to ensure that people with mental health needs achieve meaningful, healthy lives in their communities.
Established in 1924, MHALA is among the largest and most comprehensive nonprofit mental health agencies in Los Angeles County. MHALA pioneered the recovery model, now widely used across the United States, which meets individuals where they are, focuses on strengths, respects client choice, and integrates care.
Fundamental to the recovery model is the belief that people who have faced mental health challenges can and do recover.
The agency supports nearly 16,500 low-income and no-income individuals annually with integrated services. MHALA achieves impact in the areas of mental health, healthcare, homelessness and housing, supported employment, wellness, training for the behavioral health workforce and for community members, and public policy and advocacy, with special programs for Veterans and transition-age youth.
Our integrated services include:
* Mental health care
* Medical health care
* Homeless outreach and drop-in centers
* Education and financial programs
* Linkages to substance abuse services
* Wellness, resilience, and life skills programs
* Veterans and transition-age youth services
We provide services in 24 sites throughout Los Angeles County, including Long Beach, the Antelope Valley, and the Santa Clarita Valley.