MHAG is Moving!

The Mental Health Association in Greensboro is excited to announce that we are moving to a new location. In early December we will be moving into the space at Cone Behavioral Health Hospital that formerly housed their outpatient services, as they move to their new location on North Elam Ave. We will close our doors at the Dorothy Bardolph Building starting on Tuesday, December 5th. On Wednesday, December 13th we will open our doors at our new facility at 700 Walter Reed Dr., Greensboro NC 27403...
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MHAG is Moving!

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The Mental Health Association in Greensboro is excited to announce that we are moving to a new location. In early December we will be moving into the space at Cone Behavioral Health Hospital that formerly housed their outpatient services, as they move to their new location on North Elam Ave. We will close our doors at the Dorothy Bardolph Building starting on Tuesday, December 5th. On Wednesday, December 13th we will open our doors at our new facility at 700 Walter Reed Dr., Greensboro NC 27403...
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New Support Group

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En Mental Health Association de Greensboro, tenemos un grupo de apoyo para mujeres. Si te interesa participar y conocer a otras mujeres que están pasando por lo mismo que tú, te invitamos a participar.  DETAILS | MORE SUPPORT GROUPS
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Latina Support Group

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Todos tenemos estrés. Todos necesitamos alguien con quien hablar sobre la: Depression Ansiedad Problemas de pareja O violencia doméstica En Mental Health Association de Greensboro, tenemos un grupo de apoyo para mujeres. Si te interesa participar y conocer a otras mujeres que están pasando por lo mismo que tú, te invitamos a participar. No estás sola. Cada segundo y cuarto Miercoles comenzando Nov. 8, a las 11: 00am– 12:30 pm 301 E. Washington St. Suite 111 Greensboro, NC...
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Guest Speaker Event

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Event Date: November 2, 2017.  According to a recent report of the American Psychological Association, suicide is the third leading cause of death in children aged 10-24. Come learn about the risk factors as well as protective factors essential to supporting your children as they navigate adolescence.  Dr. Martha Perry is committed to helping parents better understand their teens and helping teens identify their strengths and talents. She provides teens and their families with medical managemen...
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Evening Class: Codependent No More

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Start Date: 09/18/2017 Melody Beattie’s definition of a codependent person is “someone who has let another person’s behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person’s behavior.” Rick Mozena teaches this course derived from the best-selling book, based on the 12 steps of codependency and utilizing the author’s workbook. Learn more about the class and register here.
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Shea’s Chase 2017 is almost here!

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The Mental Health Association in Greensboro (MHAG) is fortunate to be the sole beneficiary of the Shea’s Chase 5k Run/Walk again this year. This event is meant to raise awareness for suicide prevention and mental health issues. 100% of the proceeds will go to supporting current programs and expanding MHAG services. Please register today to run or walk in Shea’s Chase 5k on November 4th. If you can’t do that, please consider making a donation. Your participation and donations make it possible for...
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2017 Mental Health Recovery Summit

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Event Date: 09/14/2017 MHAG, in partnership with Greensboro AHEC and Cone Health, will hold the 3rd annual Mental Health Recovery Summit on Thursday, September 14th 2017 at the Union Square Campus in Greensboro. The summit is meant for health care providers who want to learn more about issues related to mental health and recovery. This year's theme is Building Resiliency Through Integrated Trauma-Informed Care. Continuing education credits are available. You can register or learn more at www.mh...
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NAMI Family to Family Class

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MHAG partner organization NAMI Guilford  will begin a new session of their Family-to-Family class on Thursday, September 14th at 6pm, at First Lutheran Church in Greensboro. NAMI Family-to-Family is a free, 12-session educational program for family, significant others and friends of people living with mental illness. It is a designated evidenced-based program. Research shows that the program significantly improves the coping and problem-solving abilities of the people closest to an individual l...
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Mental Health First Aid Training

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Event date: July 12th, 2017 -  A 1-day session has been been scheduled for MHFA, the nationally recognized mental health crisis intervention program. The training will be held on Wednesday July 12th. You can Learn More about Mental Health First Aid or Register Now for the next session.
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