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6 Major Takeaways from MHA’s 2020 Screening Data


By Whitney Ball, Associate Director of Marketing and Outreach at Mental Health America

It is safe to say that 2020 was quite a year! We faced a global pandemic, racial unrest, and a volatile election year, all while trying to cope…Read More

Communities are taking the journey to mental wellbeing


By Ruben Cantu and Christine Williams, The Prevention Institute

Five years ago, a diverse group of community-based coalitions in neighborhoods across the country began to explore how they might better support mental health and…Read More

Confronting Barriers and Systemic Racism to Address Mental Health Among Black Youth


By Erlanger Turner, Ph.D., Executive Director, Therapy for Black Kids and Nekolas Milton, M.S., Doctoral Student at the University of San Francisco

Historically, seeking therapy in the…Read More

Mental Health America Turns 112: A Hopeful Birthday


By Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO

Mental Health America (MHA) is celebrating its 112th birthday. There were times in our history when we could not have imagined getting to this day. But not only are we…Read More

Love Milestones and the Inevitable Roadblocks


By Morgane Freeman, Marketer/Podcaster/Mental Health Advocate

We all have an age in our heads when we know we will supposedly have our life together. That is the age when we will have the job we always wanted, the…Read More

5 Things Employers Need to Know from the Mind the Workplace 2021 Report


by Taylor Adams, Director of Workplace Mental Health at Mental Health America

Mental Health America (MHA) recently released its…Read More

How Employees Can Advocate for Better Workplace Mental Health


By Taylor Adams, Director of Workplace Mental Health at Mental Health America

Mental Health America (MHA) recently released its…Read More