This conference takes a view through the lens of trauma and equity to provide youth-serving systems with tools and knowledge to support the mental and behavioral health of children and adolescents. The two-day event will feature incredible keynote speakers with sessions focused on equity, policy, implicit bias, trauma and social emotional learning.
Take 5 Minutes To Check In With Yourself. Take a Screen.
MHA's Screenings and Screening to Supports (S2S) offers an interactive, free, anonymous online space for individuals to screen for conditions and find tools they can use after screening to better their mental health. S2S provides customized results, information and resources; information about and referrals to care, services, and supports; do-it-yourself tools; and online engagement with peers.
During these uncertain times, it’s important to demonstrate thoughtful action to take care of ourselves and each other. We've compiled a range of mental health resources and local support to aid our community through the coronavirus.
In response to COVID-19's impact, the Center for School Behavioral Health at MHA of Greater Houston has released a series of free virtual webinars focused on maintaining good mental health through hard times.
After decades of advancing good mental health and overall wellness as two separate entities, Mental Health America (MHA) of Greater Houston and Mental Health America of Fort Bend County have become one. This strategic alliance brings together two like-minded organizations focused on creating the conditions for individuals and families to overcome challenges and build resiliency through empowerment, advocacy and education.
Preparing for, responding to, and recovering from a natural disaster can be traumatic for the entire family. We've collaborated with others and compiled a list of resources to help your family in the midst of any natural disaster.