By Debbie Plotnick, Vice President of State and Federal Advocacy at Mental Health America
Everyone is scared. People are showing how scared they are in many ways. At Mental Health America (MHA) we’re seeing a tremendous increase in the…Read More
By Whitney Ball, Marketing and Outreach Manager at Mental Health America
As all of us across the country hunker down in our homes to help flatten the COVID-19 curve, first responders continue to risk their own lives to provide much-…Read More
By Olivia Lubarsky, Student-Athlete at Towson University and former Mental Health America Collegiate Mental Health Innovation Council (CMHIC) Member
From the moment we are born, we are taught that life is more meaningful when our goal…Read More
By Janet Reynolds, Creator of Write On!
I was in second grade when I got my first diary—with a lock!—and began chronicling such critical events as where Michele and I rode our bikes and whether or not my mother let us stay outside late…Read More
By April Yu, LCSW, Founder of MAZE Partners, Inc.
In the past three months, life has changed drastically for almost every college student, including over one million international students who…Read More
By Dr. Kojo Sarfo, DNP, PMHNP-BC
My experience as a health care provider during this pandemic has been enlightening. Currently, I work in Williamsburg, Virginia, as a board-certified forensic psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner…Read More
By Debbie Plotnick, Vice President of Federal and State Advocacy at Mental Health America
Data tells a story, and here at the national office of Mental Health America (MHA), and through our affiliate network, we’re able to tell an…Read More
By Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America
Some new data Mental Health America (MHA) released earlier this month show how deeply the pandemic is affecting the mental health of the nation – and how different any “new…Read More