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Mental Health America
Mental Health America
Mental Health America

Mental Health America

Mental Health America is the leading community-based non-profit focused on promoting mental health as a critical part of overall wellness.

This is a quick video of how stigma can be attached to many mental disorders. Stigma plays a role in your life without you to even realize. In this video, it will help you understand what stigma is, how it may affect you and ways you can decrease it. Watch the video and we'll talk about it next time we meet.

Register for the conference today! www.mentalhealtha...

Mental Health Month is right around the corner, so get to planning your awareness events with the help of the Mental Health Month toolkit! The toolkit is available for free here: www.mentalhealtha...

Infographic outlining the Before Stage 4 philosophy #B4Stage4. Mental health concerns are no different from any other physical health concerns. They should be thought about and treated the same way – long before they reach Stage 4.

Celebrating a long history of great work: bit.ly/1vqR309

MHA History by the decades! Support our continued work: bit.ly/1vqR309

The Mental Health Bell, a symbol that continues to remind us of our history and the future we are working for: www.mentalhealtha...

The MHA National office is celebrating 106 years of history! bit.ly/1vqR309

Sponsor a candle on our birthday cake! bit.ly/1vqR309

As a parent advocate have you checked of the items on our "Back to School" list? Providing support and guidance for a child with a mental health condition is a critical part of recovery throughout the year. Download the list here: www.mentalhealtha...

It's important to think about your child's emotional health. Remember that children may not only be excited about the new school year, but also apprehensive about all the changes that come with growing up. Their emotional health is tied into their mental health and as their parent, you are the person they look to for support and guidance. www.mentalhealtha...

Being Bullied Sucks! It’s hurtful, scary and confusing. When bullying is aggressive and physical, it can be dangerous. When it’s emotional – like name calling, or cyberbullying – it’s easy to feel alone. If you’re being bullied or see someone being bullied, MHA has tips for you. www.mentalhealtha...

Bullying is painful, lasting and related to low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, anger, and other mental and physical health problems. Because of the increased risk of suicide associated with bullying--for victims and perpetrators alike--open dialogue and support are crucial in ensuring safety for our children and teenagers. www.mentalhealtha...

Mental health problems are nothing to be ashamed of. As many as one in five children and adolescents may have a mental health problem that can be identified and treated. One in ten may have a problem so severe it interferes with their ability to function in school, at home and at play. www.mentalhealtha...

Just as you can help prevent a child from catching a cold or breaking a bone, you can help prevent a child from having mental health problems. We need to treat a child’s mental health just like we do their physical health, by giving it thought and attention and, when needed, professional help. www.mentalhealtha...

Take time every day to talk to your child about what's going on at school. Your child's mental health matters. www.mentalhealtha...

Mental health issues occur on a spectrum so individuals may suffer from minimal to severe symptoms. Knowing where you stand is critical to your mental health! Take a screening and support our #B4Stage4 campaign: www.mentalhealtha...

It's Mental Illness Awareness week Oct. Support MHA and our efforts of early intervention and prevention! Take a screening test: www.mentalhealtha....

If you're on Twitter Mental Health America and AstraZeneca are co-hosting a Twitter chat about mental health resources! Follow #b4stage4chat, @MentalHealthAm, and @AstraZenecaUS to get involved.

Be supportive, get educated, and bring awareness to mental health issues. #B4Stage4 #MIAW14 www.mentalhealtha...

In our first 100,000 screens completed, 74% of screens were completed by women compared to 26% of men. We need to help educate men that it’s okay to talk about mental health. Share the screening link with the men in your life: www.mhascreening.org.