Board member Crystal Graham discusses why she is a part of the Board of Directors for Mental Health America of Augusta and invites you to get a mental-health screening or get vital resources through the MHAA website. She also invites you to get trained to play a role in suicide prevention in the community. (Video)
Since 2008, the YPC has granted a total of $220,500 to local nonprofit organizations serving youth. Throughout those years, the youth participating in the YPC have consistently recognized the importance of ensuring that their peers have access to programs and services that support their well-being.
We are extremely honored and humbled to be establishing the Mental Health America of Augusta A.R. “Pete” Giesen Jr. Scholarship Fund to continue to honor the legacy he left and support local students pursue their dreams.
Already receiving lots of inspiring submissions to this year’s “Art: A Voice” exhibition scheduled to go live on May 26.
You are cordially invited to attend the Mental Health America of Augusta’s 2021 Meet and Greet on June 18 from 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.
Mental Health America of Augusta is seeking help as we look to grow and expand the programs, services, and resources we offer our communities.
An increased number of calls have been coming into the Mental Health America of Augusta office this month related to depression and anxiety. The Staunton-based nonprofit is ready to answer the mighty call to action from our community.
Mental Health America of Augusta, Valley Community Services Board and Lock & Talk Virginia present safeTALK on Friday, May 28, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Waynesboro. There is no cost. However, pre-registration is required.
Mental Health America of Augusta hosted a half-day virtual conference on Monday, April 26, titled “Children and Youth: The State of Mental Health.” 710 people registered for the conference which also included a community panel via Zoom.
The money raised for Mental Health America will ultimately benefit MHA and its affiliates across the country, with a particular focus on MHA programs that reach people of color.