MHA-A News

Second safeTALK training completed

Our second safeTALK training this week took place tonight in Waynesboro. Fifteen people were trained to help build a suicide-safe community.


Mental Health America of Augusta 5K postponed

The MHAA 5k has been postponed to promote good public health measures. We hope to reschedule at later date.


28 people trained to be suicide-alert helpers

safeTALK training in Waynesboro this morning. 28 new people were trained to be suicide-alert helpers in our community.


Mental Health and Substance Use Recovery spring conference a success

The 3rd Annual MHA-A Spring Conference – Mental Heath and Substance Use Recovery was well attended for the third year in a row.


An inspiring message from Jim Leichliter

An inspiring message from our #RunningDownStigma 5k Phoenix Fitness and Yoga instructor: Jim Leichliter


#RunningDownStigma 5K Run & Walk scheduled for April 18

Join Mental Health America of Augusta on Saturday, April 18, for our #RunningDownStigma 5K Run & Walk in downtown Staunton.


News Leader story highlights Mental Health America of Augusta conference

Thank you to the The News Leader for covering the upcoming conference: Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder.


Suicide Alertness training offered March 10 and 12

safeTALK is a 3 1/2-hour training program that prepares helpers to identify persons with thoughts of suicide and connect them to suicide first-aid resources.


Mental Health America of Augusta featured on Kline May showcase

MHA-A was selected be be showcased on Kline May Community Corner, which airs every Sunday on TV.


Mental Health America of Augusta participates in state advocacy day

It was an honor to represent Augusta County at the VA State 2020 Mental Health Advocacy Day.