• Children’s Mental Health Art Showcase

    Childhood experiences (positive or negative) have a significant impact on a child's learning, behavior and health. Fostering creativity in children helps them develop mentally, socially, and emotionally, This year Mental Health America of Greater Houston and our Center for School Behavioral Health are excited to announce the Children’s Mental Health Art Showcase 2019. There is no cost to participate.

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  • Center for School Behavioral Health

    50% of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age 14 and 75% begin by age 24.

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  • Let’s Rebuild Hope and Wellbeing Together

    As Houstonians rebuild their communities, we are helping rebuild the hope, spirit and wellbeing of people in our city.

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  • Think Wellness.

    Building resiliency provides protection against experiences which could be overwhelming and helps to maintain balance in their lives during difficult or stressful periods of time. Need help?

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PROGRAM SPOTLIGHT

The area’s longest serving mental health education and advocacy organization.

UPCOMING EVENTS
Mental Health First Aid is a training that helps individuals understand when a person is developing a mental health concern or experiencing a mental health crisis.
The Behavioral Health Resources workshop takes a unique look at ways in which service providers can build capacity to better serve their clients, help them access care.
LATEST STORIES
When we talk about health, we can’t just focus on heart health, or liver health, or brain health, and not whole health. You have to see the whole person. Visit: http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/may
The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston is set to receive the first $6 million of $125 million in state funding for first new public psychiatric facility in Houston in 31 years.
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