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Minority Mental Health is #NotACharacterFlaw

In minority and marginalized communities, mental health is often considered a taboo or weakness, which is one reason why July ...
Author: Jean-Phillipe Regis
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Mayor Turner Announces Meaningful Change for Veterans

Mayor Sylvester Turner announces a $2.3 million mental health grant for local veterans has been secured by the Mayor’s Office ...

Mothers in Crisis

A proposed state law would improve access to mental health care for new moms.

State mental health funding avoids cuts in 2017 following $298M budget increase in 2015

Texas' 85th legislative session will not make cuts to mental health care funding--despite having to make reductions in other areas. ...


No suicide attempt should be dismissed or treated lightly       Why Do People Attempt Suicide? A suicide attempt ...

Menninger and the David and Helen Gurley Brown Trust

Announces $1 Million in Grants to Integrate Mental Health into After-School Initiatives in Houston     The David and Helen Gurley ...
Category: press-release
Author: Traci Patterson
Phone: (713) 520-3476
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Networking Group Enhances Knowledge of Behavioral Health Providers

  Stacy Ogbeide, PsyD, a founding member of the Primary Care Behavioral Health Networking Group, presented on how providers can ...

Veterans Program at MHA Houston Receives Congressional Certificate

  The Military Veteran Peer Network at Mental Health America of Greater Houston received a Certificate of Congressional Recognition from ...

#Okaytosay Encourages Texans to Speak Up About Mental Illness

  Mental Health America of Greater Houston is proud to partner with the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute in the ...