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Let's Change the Game for Mental Health


Join Wyandot Behavioral Health Network (WBHN) as we celebrate 70 years of service to the Wyandotte County community in 2023. As part of the year-long celebration of this milestone anniversary, WBHN will host its inaugural Game Changer Gala on Tuesday, November 14, at Children's Mercy Park in Kansas City, Kansas.

The Game Changer Gala will be a powerful night filled with stories of growth and recovery, as well as opportunities to raise the critical funds needed to continue providing much-needed mental health and housing services in Wyandotte County. For individuals who are struggling with their mental health, those facing homelessness and survivors of trauma, access to mental health care and safe housing truly is a game changer.

The Game Changer Gala will serve as the culminating event of WBHN's 70th anniversary celebrations, centered on the theme of "Grounded in Community." This theme focuses on what it means to be a Community Mental Health Center. Grounded in Community is a reflection of WBHN's heart for and commitment to the Wyandotte County community and a desire to continue growing alongside the community. The Game Changer Gala will be an opportunity for members of the Greater Kansas City community to come together to celebrate the well-won recovery of the thousands of people WBHN has served over the last seven decades and help to change the game for mental health.

Join us as we change the game for mental health!


Michael Oher

Michael Oher, Founder of the Oher Foundation, is a heartfelt storyteller, #1 Draft pick, NFL Super Bowl Champion, and subject of Hollywood hit, The Blind Side. Now he is using his platform for good by dedicating his life to making a difference in the lives of kids who need it most. As someone who has personal experience with facing the adversities created by the seemingly inescapable cycles of poverty and homelessness, Michael is choosing to take a stand for the socio-economically disadvantaged youth who are so often overlooked and forgotten through his charity, the Oher Foundation.


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Children's Mercy Park

Children's Mercy Park, Sporting Way, Kansas City, KS, USA

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