Hands of Hope

Hands of Hope

MHAG is partnering with area agencies, churches, and individuals to provide gifts to patients who are in the hospital during the holidays.

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Shea’s Chase 2016

Shea’s Chase 2016

The 5k Charity Run/Walk in Downtown Greensboro was held November 12.
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A Community of Recovery

The Mental Health Association in Greensboro provides leadership in identifying and addressing mental health needs in Greensboro and serves as an advocate for those experiencing mental illness. MHAG seeks to promote recovery and raise awareness of mental health issues through education, direct services, and collaboration with mental health professionals. We provide direct services to individuals in recovery from mental illness, including support groups, recovery skills classes, and one on one peer support. We also engage the community and providers through public mental health education programs.

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Hands of Hope Gift Drive

Hands of Hope Gift Drive

Hands of Hope is a holiday gift-giving program for patients of Moses Cone Behavioral Health Hospital...
Special Guest Speaker

Special Guest Speaker

 Nekeshia Hammond, Psy.D., author, The Practical Guide to Raising Emotionally Healthy Children. Octo...
New Codependency Class

New Codependency Class

Gaby Boni teaches this 10-week course derived from the book, based on the 12 steps of codependency a...

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Beautiful Minds

Helpful Quotes

"Through learning about my illness and applying recovery principles, I have come to have greater meaning and purpose in my life."
~ David Cray, peer support specialist, Mental Health Association in Greensboro
"What mental health needs is more sunlight, more candor, more unashamed conversation about illnesses that affect not only individuals, but t...
~ Glenn Close, actress
"Mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of, but stigma and bias shame us all."
~ Bill Clinton, former US President
"Hope, hope, hope. It has to be there. Rob the person of hope, and there won't be any recovery."
~ Dan Fisher, psychiatrist and executive director, National Empowerment Center
"The silence is what ends up costing us in the end. People need to speak out. The crux of the problem is that we don't treat mental health a...
~ Melody Moezzi, author of Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life
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