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Donate to AF-CBT

Thank you for considering a donation to AF-CBT. Your donation is an important resource that can help to provide needed practitioner training, family treatment, or community research that can help families remain safe and overcome conflict and coercion.

Making a Donation

Donations to AF-CBT are processed through the University of Pittsburgh Office of Grants and Contracts. To make a donation to AF-CBT, please make out a check to "University of Pittsburgh" and write a letter stating that your check is intended as a donation, along with any particulars as to how the donation should be used. When finished, send the check and letter to:

ATTN: Tom Berkhoudt
Office of Grants and Contracts
200 Meyran Avenue
Parkvale Building, Room 507
Pittsburgh, PA 15213


If you would like to help AF-CBT grow but aren't quite sure what to put in your letter, we have provided some suggestions below.

Practitioner Training: "I request that this donation be put toward payment of AF-CBT training, registration fees, and consultation for therapists in the Pittsburgh area."

Family Treatment: "I request that this donation be put toward payment for AF-CBT treatment for families in Pennsylvania."

Community Research: "I request that this donation be put toward community research on AF-CBT, in order to cover participant payments, materials to conduct and publicize research, and publication fees."

Material Development: "I request that this donation be put toward development of both digital and print materials for professional training and education in AF-CBT."

Program Assistance: "I request that this donation be put toward updating the AF-CBT team's computing resources, ordering the AF-CBT team's supplies, and supporting the AF-CBT team's operating expenses."


Should you have any questions about the AF-CBT program and how it would best put your donation to use, please feel free to contact Dr. David Kolko using this form.


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