Tune in and Stomp The Stigma Today!

Join us today, September 19th! Watch our virtual concert, spread the word to your friends about the importance of ending the stigma associated with mental illness. Support our cause by purchasing tickets for our great raffle prizes (winners announced 9/21/2020). Your support provides valuable mental health resources to our community and keeps our services free! Our concert featuring AJ & Company, Rich Lerner & The Groove, David Cray, and Chandler Harris premieres at 2 PM and repea...
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Stomp The Stigma September 19th!

The countdown is on! Join MHG on Facebook & YouTube this Saturday, September 19th at 2 PM to support our STOMP THE STIGMA virtual concert and help raise awareness to end the stigma associated with mental illness. Our concert features musical performances from AJ & Company, Rich Lerner & The Groove, David Cray, and Chandler Harris! Please tune in online and share our live stream video 2 PM, September 19th! Find MHG on Facebook Find MHG on YouTube Mental Health Gr...
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STOMP THE STIGMA: Virtual Concert & Raffle!

Covid-19 has upended our original plans for our Stomp The Stigma outdoor concert, but Mental Health Greensboro, accustomed to adapting by this point of the year, has revamped our efforts and Stomp The Stigma is now scheduled to be a virtual concert and raffle event! Donate to Stomp The Stigma Virtual Concert & Raffle Join us from 2-5 PM on September 19th for a virtual concert on Facebook (and YouTube) featuring the wonderful local music of Rich Lerner & The Groove, AJ Diggs &...
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H.E.R. Support Group For Black Women Begins July 21st

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Mental Health Greensboro starts a new support group, H.E.R. beginning July 21st. H.E.R. which stands for Hope Empowered Recovery, is a group that lifts up black women and creates an environment of understanding and support for those struggling with issues such as depression, anxiety, trauma, emotional wellness, and other mental health concerns. Our H.E.R. support group aims to help black women gain an understanding of issues facing the black community and the world around. Peers will...
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Summer 2020 Wellness Academy Starts in July!

July ushers in a fresh round of Wellness Academy courses, fun Compeer activities, and a brand new Support Group at Mental Health Greensboro! Sign up today for our in-person and online classes. Registration is required as our class sizes are limited, so reserve your spot in our summer wellness programs today! WELLNESS ACADEMY WRAP & Trauma is a new addition to our Wellness Recovery Action Plan courses. This class is specifically designed to support individuals who have experienc...
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Spring 2020 Newsletter

The world seemed to fall apart at the start of Spring of 2020. The COVID-19 Pandemic that shut down many restaurants and businesses, also brought the operations at Mental Health Greensboro to a squealing halt. Read all about how Mental Health Greensboro reacted and adapted to the unprecedented changes and challenges that were brought about by COVID-19 in the Spring 2020 MHG Times newsletter.
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Provider Academy Moves Online for Remainder of Year

Mental Health Greensboro Provider Academy
Due to COVID-19 social distancing recommendations, Mental Health Greensboro's popular Provider Academy workshop series will be held online via ZOOM for the remainder of the year in order to allow for maximum participation while minimizing the risk of exposure to the virus. Provider Academy workshops, traditionally held on Tuesdays, will be moved to Mondays as to not interfere with the scheduling of Mental Health Greensboro's online Wellness Academy classes. Class size remains limited ...
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Support Groups To Continue To Meet Online after MHG Office Opens

During the COVID-19 quarantine, Mental Health Greensboro's online support group community has blossomed. We have received a great deal of positive feedback about the online support groups and will continue to have those support groups meet online via ZOOM only for now. We will, of course, resume in person support groups when the time is right and the threat of exposure to COVID is lessened. Road to Recovery will return to meeting three times a week on Tuesdays at 7 PM, Thursdays at 7 P...
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