Mental Health America of Augusta provided almost 550 online mental health screenings in 2020.
Mental Health America of Augusta has partnered with Blue Ridge Community College to provide 6 internships for the spring semester. We are extremely excited to have the interns work on projects that will provide a lasting impact on our community.
MHA-A received a $5,386 sustainability grant from the city of Staunton and the Community Foundation of the Central Blue Ridge. The grants, which originate from CARES Act allocations to the city and Augusta County, were intended to support the sustainability of the local nonprofit sector which, along with for-profit businesses, have faced many financial challenges as a direct result of the pandemic.
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.