We See You

MHA's aspiration for 2020 is to create a community where everyone is seen and their experiences are valued. Since 2011, Amy Campbell Pratt has been behind the video camera, sharing other MHA Storytellers' stories. In 2019, she became a Storyteller saying, "They gave me the courage to know it’s okay to talk, there is no shame in sharing and courage is contagious." Read More from Amy.

 

Amy Campbell Pratt directed and produced many of MHA's videos over the years, including the "Mental Health Matters: It's time to talk" video series featuring MHA volunteers. She coined the expression, Breaking Stigma One Conversation at a Time. Amy will be MHA's Storyteller for our November 17th BYO-Coffee & Conversation.


MHA Introduces Six New Board Members

Although MHA Office Closed, Staff are Here for You

MHA Hosts Free Virtual Series - Mental Health Matters

MHA's Featured Group Practice is Red Oak Recovery

Free Counseling Opportunity for Eligible Community Members