Event Date: 5/6/2017 - We are just weeks away from this year's Wellness and Recovery Summit, to be held at Greensboro Day Middle School. Join us to learn about topics related to mental wellness and recovery from a variety of professional perspectives. NCSAPPB Continuing Education hours are available! Register today at www.mhag.org/wrsummit - We hope to see you there!
4/21/2017 - Calling all golfers! We invite you to join us as we hold the 3rd annual event at the Bryan Park Player’s Course to benefit the Mental Health Association in Greensboro (MHAG). The tournament will be held on Friday, April 21st, at 1pm. The goals are simple – educate, advocate, support, and have a great time! Prizes will be awarded to the winning foursome, as well as for longest shot, hol...
4/19/2017 - A 2-day session has been been scheduled for MHFA, the nationally recognized mental health crisis intervention program. The training will be held on April 19th-20th, 2017. You can Learn More about Mental Health First Aid or Register Now for the next session.
4/25/2017 - A new session of QPR Gatekeeper training has been scheduled for Tuesday, April 25th. QPR is a nationally recognized best-practices program offering training in suicide/crisis aversion. Learn More about the QPR program or Register Now for the new session.
Due to staff illness, the evening Anger Management course originally scheduled to start on Wednesday, February 22nd will be put on hold for at least two weeks. Check back soon for an announcement about course schedule and registration. Learn more about Anger Management at our Wellness Academy Page.
We are excited to announce that on May 6, 2017 MHAG and Greensboro Day School are partnering for the Wellness & Recovery Summit (formerly known as the Peer Recovery Summit). Check back soon for further details about registration and speakers.
The dates and topics for our 2017 Provider Academy workshop series have been announced. The Provider Academy is a program that offers free training workshops for healthcare providers and students, with continuing education credits available for most sessions. To see descriptions and to register, Visit Our Provider Academy Page.
Hands of Hope is a holiday gift-giving program for patients of Moses Cone Behavioral Health Hospital in Greensboro and Central Regional Hospital in Raleigh. You can assist with a monetary donation or with the purchase of a gift from the wish list below. (Gifts should be unwrapped, as they must be viewed for approval before distribution.) All monetary donations will be used to buy wish list ite...
Nekeshia Hammond, Psy.D., author, The Practical Guide to Raising Emotionally Healthy Children. October 27th at Westminster Presbyterian Church. Click here for details.
Mondays 1:00-2:30 pm in MHAG classroom. Taught by Steven Landau, MD, ERYT, trainer, Ananda Marga Yoga Society. No registration or attendance requirements.