Real Talk: Mental Health Matters

MHA’s Director of Youth Peer Advocates to Assist SAMHSA as ‘Special Advisor’

October, 31 2023 Karl Shallowhorn in Albany, NY with YPA Program FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MHA and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) – an agency of the...

The damaging impact of war anxiety and critical tools to protecting your mind

The war in Israel is on the minds of many around the world. It is heartbreaking to know that many men, women, and children have died, and that people are...

The need for CASA volunteers is at all-time high

The need for CASA volunteers is at all-time high December, 27 2022 CASA Program CASA is a critical program at MHA. Standing for “Court Appointed Special Advocates”, it directly deals...

Holiday Stress and Gambling

By: Western Problem Gambling Resource Center The holiday season can be stressful. During the holidays we often have social gatherings, rituals, and happy memories. You may set certain expectations for...

Dreading That Holiday Feeling?

By: Carol Doggett MHA Senior Director of Marketing This year as I planned our holiday newsletters something felt off. The fact was I totally forgot November was Thanksgiving! It never...

Storm’s a Comin’ – Tips On Positive Mental Health While Stuck Indoors

Storm’s a Comin’ – Tips On Positive Mental Health While Stuck Indoors November, 18 2022 Caught in a storm, literally and mentally? It’s no surprise that being stuck inside your...

Coping With Stress: Resilience is Key

Coping With Stress: Resilience is Key November, 10 2022 By: Karl Shallowhorn Stress is a significant risk factor for people living with any kind of mental health challenge. No matter...

Anxiety Is…

By: Ashley Petty Frustrating. Aggravating. Constant. Unexplainable. Prevalent. Weird. Annoying. Complicated. Common. Anxiety is so common in today’s society that I believe everyone, even if it is mild, has some...

Cancer vs Mental Health: Experiencing both as a mom of a son who overcame and is still overcoming his struggles

By: Stacie Dziwulski My oldest son, Patrick was diagnosed in kindergarten with ADHD. Looking back, he was struggling emotionally way before that – I just didn’t know it. One night...

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