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Alexandria, VA – Today Mental Health America released the first-ever state and county-level data analyzing potential suicide risk in the year 2020. The states and counties identified in the analysis represent those with the greatest need for a fast and coordinated response a…


Alexandria, VA – The following is a statement from Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America:

“Today’s verdict in the trial of Derek Chauvin comes with a wave of intense emotions that have been building for the last 11 months. While many will f…


Alexandria, VA – The NFL announced today that Mental Health America will be one of four national nonprofit organizations featured in its 2021 “Draft-a-Thon,” a fundraiser that drives awareness and action to close critical gaps at the intersection of pandemic recovery and our hard…


Mental Health America’s Board of Directors released an updated statement on anti-racism and health equity, reaffirming MHA’s ongoing commitment to social change and racial justice.

The statement reads:

“Mental Heal…


Alexandria, VA – The following is a statement from Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America:

“For the second time in a week, we’re reading and watching news coverage of a mass shooting. One witness to yesterday’s incident at the King Soopers g…


Statement from Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America

The horrifying shootings of eight people in the greater Atlanta area are a tragedy in and of themselves. Innocent people are dead. At least six were Asian Americans, at least seven were women.…