Augusta Health’s Hospice of the Shenandoah has announced grief support programs for the first quarter of 2021. Support groups and individual support is available. All grief support services require pre-registration.
When children experience traumatic events, it can have lasting effects on their mental health and wellbeing. These events are called ACEs. Join several local organizations for a free virtual training on February 4, 2021 from 5-8 p.m.
2021 MHA-A Board President Barbara Maclam shares her “why” – why mental health matters to her and how MHA-A is dedicated to building mentally healthier communities. (Video)
Mental Health Basics Training presents a brief overview on the following elements of mental health disorders: Prevalence, signs and symptoms, stigma, crisis and more. It is being offered January 21 from 10-11 a.m. and February 18 from 3-4 p.m.
We are inviting applications from individuals interested in contributing their voice, leadership, and experience to the Mental Health America-Augusta board.
Do you struggle during the holiday season? Noticing and appreciating the positives in our lives offers a great mood boost.
The Staunton-based Mental Health America of Augusta has hired Bruce Blair as its new executive director. Blair began his work with the nonprofit organization on November 2.
MHA-A board member Crystal Graham talks with Chris Graham with Augusta Free Press about how everyone can have a role in suicide prevention.
Our golf tournament for this year has been cancelled due to COVID-19!
Check out the virtual gallery for Art: a Voice this year! Pretty amazing submissions to take in and enjoy.