Mental Health Matters It's Time To Talk

Breaking Stigma One Conversation at a Time
MHA's campaign to encourage open dialogue about mental health and reduce stigma.



 
Ruby and her grandson Tyler discuss how far he has come on his recovery journey as a result of mental health treatment (to include talk therapy), and her unfailing love and support.  Ruby was empowered with education and resources provided by involvement with our ParentVOICE program.

Children's Mental Health Awareness Day is May 7th!

Name Change Announcement: Mental Health America of Central Carolinas

Mission Statement
The Mental Health America of Central Carolinas, Inc. promotes mental wellness through advocacy, prevention and education in Mecklenburg and Cabarrus Counties.
  • Advocate for a better mental health system
  • Prevent mental health crises
  • Educate community about mental health issues & break stigma of seeking treatment

Spreading Hope, Spurring Action,
Supporting Families, Saving Lives!



Celebrating Our New Name with a New Website
In a unanimous decision by the MHA Board of Directors, the MHA is now Mental Health America< ...
Coffee & Conversations Help us Create Community Solutions
Join the inspiring dialogue designed to Break Stigma One Conversation at a Time
Diagnosis of the Month: Schizophrenia
*New for 2014-2015* the MHA is featuring a "Diagnosis of the Month." During May, our on- ...
The MHA's Featured Group Practice is The Renfrew Center
Celebrating its 30th Anniversary as the country’s first free-standing residential treatment fa ...



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