About Us

About Us

It’s Getting Better All The Time! Mental Health Outreach Inc. was founded in 2001 as an outreach vehicle for individuals with severe and persistent mental illnesses. A Nonprofit 501c (3) organization, this organization provides services in person within the DC, MD, and Virginia area and assistance throughout the United States via our outreach vehicles.

The following factors have influenced the development of this organization:
1. The ongoing challenges faced by individuals impacted by a severe and persistent mental illness in obtaining assistance, information, and support.
2. The importance of religion/spirituality in individuals who adhere to these beliefs.
3. Current mental health disparities.

Core Values and Faith
Guided by our Core Values of Faith, Fellowship/Relationship, and Empowerment through information, we seek to ensure that individuals have the correct information to make the right life choices.

Our team comprises mental health advocates, organizations, clergy, licensed mental health professionals, family members, peers, and members with lived mental health experiences. We seek to understand the individual not just as a person with a mental illness but also as a person with psychological, cultural, and spiritual strengths that can be utilized in their recovery.

We believe that all individuals are worthy of respect and dignity. Therefore, we want to assist individuals in obtaining the needed tools and resources that will allow them to address their own needs and make decisions that will be conducive to their growth and development.

It’s Getting Better All The Time! Mental Health Outreach Inc. accepts the following insurance(s): Maryland and DC Medicaid, Medicare, Magellan, AmeriHealth, Care First, Optimum, and more. In addition, some services are offered free of charge or at a nominal fee.

Individuals Served
Adults impacted by a mental illness (individuals directly impacted, family members, and others). We provide services to anyone and everyone. Those with no income, low income, insured, uninsured military/veterans, faith-based and non-faith based. Note we can refer individuals needing support who are under the age of 18.

Non-Discrimination Policy
This organization does not and shall not discriminate based on race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations. These activities include but are not limited to hiring, firing, selection of volunteers and vendors, and provision of services.

Faith Community Partnerships
IGBATTMHO partners with faith communities to support members who are experiencing challenges related to obtaining human service needs. Interested parties should email support@igbattmho.org

Work For Us




It’s Getting Better All The Time!

Goal: To provide information and support while encouraging hope and faith to all individuals who are coping with the effects of a severe and persistent mental illness or negative life situation with special emphasis on adults within the faith based community, African Americans, and the economically disadvantaged who have been diagnosed with Schizophrenia, Bipolar, and other psychotic disorders. Our services are designed for anyone who can use them.


“providing information and support while encouraging hope and faith”


Our vision is to ensure that all individuals who have been impacted in some way by a severe and persistent mental illness will have access to information that will empower them to make informed decisions about their mental health and fulfill their God given purpose for living.

Service Goals

There are several factors that have influenced the development of the organizations’ mission, objectives and goals. These factors include: the ongoing challenges faced by individuals who have been impacted by a severe and persistent mental illness in the area of obtaining assistance, information and support; the importance of religion/spirituality in the lives of those individuals who adhere to these beliefs, and the current mental health disparities within certain communities. 


Religion & Spirituality

Religion and spirituality for those who adhere to these practices can be instrumental in providing structure, relationship, and hope. Click Here

 African American

Our specific focus on members within the  African American community stems from our understanding of the particular challenges that members of this particular community face on regular basis. Click here

Ongoing Challenges

Severe and persistent mental illnesses such as Schizophrenia & Bipolar disorders seriously impede an individuals’ ability to obtain employment, interact socially, or even cope with every day life events. Click here


  1. Make Hope An Option Outreach Support (outreach, check-in’s, some one to talk to, connection to resources, appointment reminders and more)
  2. Referrals/linkages to other helping agencies
  3. Faith centered mutual support/prayer groups
  4. Community outreach events
  5. Encouragement/support via our 1-800-Encouragement line 
  6. Media – radio/television broadcasts
  7. Education and information
  8. Medical Support
  9. Family Training
  10. Counseling/Therapy
  11. Psychiatric Rehab Services
  12. Veteran Services

Additional Resources

Click Here To Listen To Us

Click link to find out more about our Servant Leaders

Use of this website does not replace consultation with or treatment by a licensed MD. Please read Disclaimer and Informed Consent. IGBATTMHO is a 501(c)(3) organization that relies on prayer, earned income, and donations to fulfill the mission of the organization. You can help by mailing your tax-deductible donation, in the form of a check or money order to IGBATTMHO P.O. Box 7432 Silver Spring, MD 20910.

Support our Mission

This tax-exempt 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization depends on earned income and donations to cover the costs associated with the services provided. All tax-deductible donations in the form of a check or money order are appreciated. You Can Also Help Us By Clicking on and Purchasing Items From Our Product Line

Click on This Link To See Our Latest Merchandise From It’s Getting Better All The Time! 

or By Giving On Line At Either Pay Pal or Share Faith

Mailing Address: IGBATTMHO P.O. Box 7432Silver Spring, MD 20910 or IGBATTMHO 6475 New Hampshire Avenue Suite 350P Hyattsville, MD      Phone: Local: 301 755-5463 or 1-800-216-9015. Email:support@igbattmho.org