Ashley Vanore Donates Painting to Stomp The Stigma Fundraiser

Buy Raffle Ticket Buy June 12th Drive-In Concert Ticket Ashley Vanore's life-long love for painting has allowed her pursue her artistic passion full time since 2016. Her artwork can be found in commercial and residential settings all across the United States and Canada. Mental Health Greensboro is lucky to have such a talented and generous artist in full support of our organization's efforts to advance mental wellness. Mrs. Vanore has graciously donated a work of art to our 2021 S...
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Stomp The Stigma 2021!

Mental Health Greensboro will host STOMP THE STIGMA, a drive-in concert at 7 PM on June 12th in the Greensboro Coliseum parking lot. The concert will feature the great country music stylings of Russ Varnell and His Too Country Band and Michael Cosner and The Fugitives. Russ Varnell has been playing country music in the vein of George Jones and Buck Owens all over the country for 18 years.  Michael Cosner and The Fugitives are a great country band that have opened up for the likes ...
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St. Patty’s Day Split The Pot Winner Announced!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HVfhf1qdQwc We have a winner! Mental Health Greensboro would like to thank everyone who donated to our first St. Patty's Day Split The Pot Fundraiser. We raised $2,159 and as promised, we are splitting that amount with one lucky person who donated. We pulled Donna Rogers name out of the big green bag...it's her lucky day, she's won $1,079.50! We appreciate all who supported our non-profit in our fundraising efforts and wish you all a happy Saint Patrick's Da...
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Women’s Emotional Wellness Support Group In-Person

Mental Health Greensboro's Women's Emotional Wellness Support Group will return to meeting in-person at the Women's Resource Center on March 10th at 12:30 PM. The group will meet via ZOOM as well for participants who wish to continue to attend online. If you would like to attend the support group at the Women's Resource Center (628 Summit Avenue, Greensboro), you must register in advance by calling 336-275-6090. We look forward to having this group meet together once again! If you h...
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MHG Office Closed Friday Due to Weather.

The Mental Health Greensboro office will be closed due to inclement weather on Friday, February 19th. Our LIFE AFTER COVID support group will meet as scheduled. WRAP and Creative Writing will be canceled for the week as these classes do not have an online meeting option. We expect our office to be open on Saturday for our morning classes and groups. We hope you all stay safe and warm during the upcoming cold weather! Please give us a call at 336-373-1402 if you have any question...
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Teens Gotta Talk

Mental Health Greensboro's Youth Peer Support Coordinator, Erin Hanes has gotten our TEENS GOTTA TALK program off to a great start! TEENS GOTTA TALK is a program designed to address mental health issues that are specific to teenagers. Mental wellness during the teen years is crucial.  Teenagers who have good mental health often feel happier and more positive about themselves, enjoy life and have healthier relationships with family and friends. The teenage years is when teens hone thei...
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