We See You

MHA's aspiration for 2020 is to create a community where everyone is seen and their experiences are valued. MHA Storyteller Jim Love is a Cabarrus resident who says, "The stigma attached to mental illness was always a roadblock for me. I was a man with a good life - I thought my issues were simply flaws in my character." Read More from Jim.

 

Jim will be MHA's Storyteller for our November 17th BYO-Coffee & Conversation. Storyteller volunteers at MHA events and featured in our "Mental Health Matters: It's time to talk" video series are Breaking Stigma One Conversation at a Time.


MHA Hosts Free Virtual Series - Mental Health Matters

MHA's Featured Group Practice is Red Oak Recovery

Free Counseling Opportunity for Eligible Community Members

Accepting Nominations for Annual Brunnemer Award

Ask Me What's Up, A Student Mental Health Initiative