Hope After Harvey: Mental Health

Hope After Harvey: Mental Health

Gallery Furniture gives to the people in Houston, Texas in many ways. Today it helps educate on the importance of coping and caring for your mental health after Hurricane Harvey. Thank you Mattress Mack and Elizabeth McIngvale - The Peace ...
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Donate to Harvey Recovery

Donate to Harvey Recovery

Hurricane Harvey hit Greater Houston hard. Most people will cope, but for others, the trauma of the storm will impact their lives for months and years to come.
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Houston Students Are Heading Back — What They Find Could Change Schools Nationwide

Houston Students Are Heading Back — What They Find Could Change Schools Nationwide

Houston's public schools, which open beginning this Monday, Sept. 11, with rolling start dates, are nonetheless being positioned as a cornerstone of the recovery effort.
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Kaiser Permanente Gives $1 Million to Support Thousands Affected by Hurricane Harvey

Kaiser Permanente Gives $1 Million to Support Thousands Affected by Hurricane Harvey

MHA of Greater Houston is immensely grateful for Kaiser Permanente's support in the aftermath of Harvey. We will continue to work with community partners to respond to the ongoing mental health needs of those who were impacted by the storm.
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Disaster Relief Resources for Adults Working with Youth

Disaster Relief Resources for Adults Working with Youth

Resources for teachers and parents on how to help youth after a disaster, including activities, typical reactions, tips on helping children recover, stories, and more.
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Mental health professionals seek to restore something else survivors lost: Peace of mind

Mental health professionals seek to restore something else survivors lost: Peace of mind

In Houston, droves of mental health professionals have fanned out to various shelters to volunteer. At the George R. Brown Convention Center in downtown Houston, a temporary hospital has erected a separate mental health section.
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From The Mental Health Wreckage Of Katrina, Lessons To Help Harvey’s Victims

From The Mental Health Wreckage Of Katrina, Lessons To Help Harvey’s Victims

As Texas begins to rebuild in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, survivors of the catastrophic storm may face psychological trauma from displacement and the loss of homes, property and, especially, loved ones.
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Videos

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About MHA Houston

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The area’s longest serving mental health education and advocacy organization focused on shaping the mental health of people and communities in the areas of children and education, integrated care, chronic illnesses, women, veterans and aging.

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Programs & Initiatives

  • 2017 Treasures of Texas

    Let's SHINE for Women's Health and celebrate Ima Hogg Award Honoree, Dr. Lucy Puryear.  For event information and ...

  • 2016 Integrated Health Care Recommendations Report

    A report on financing and provider preparation for integrated health care.  

  • BridgeUp at Menninger

    The David and Helen Gurley Brown Trust and the Menninger Clinic, one of the nation’s leading mental healthcare systems, ...

  • The Center for School Behavioral Health

    Addressing School Behavioral Health in the Southeast Texas Region

Public Policy & Advocacy


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Public policies protect and improve mental health services, increase access to quality mental health services, and support effective recovery services for people with mental illness.