Happy Holidays from MHAG!

We at the Mental Health Association in Greensboro wish you a happy holiday season full of cheer. Our Holiday hours of operation are as follows: MHAG will be closed on: Friday, December 23 Monday, December 26 Friday, December 30 Monday, January 2 Road to Recovery Support Group will not meet on: Saturday, December 24 Thursday, December 29 We will also be holding several special holiday events and classes, check the news section or our facebook page for details.    
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2017 Provider Academy

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.
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One on One Peer Support
For individuals with a mental health condition, The Mental Health Association in Greensboro provides free one-on-one peer support with one of our Certified Peer Support Specialists. LEARN MORE
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The Mental Health Association in Greensboro offers support groups for individuals in recovery from mental health diagnoses, and for their friends and family members. No registration or fee required. LEARN MORE
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The Wellness Academy is an evidence-based mental health recovery program that educates peers about maintaining wellness, coping with stress, and managing symptoms.  LEARN MORE
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Hands of Hope Gift Drive

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 items that weren't recieved as donations. We ask that donations arrive to our office by Friday, Decembe...
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About MHAG

The Mental Health Association in Greensboro provides services and programs that promote mental health and support recovery from mental illnesses. When mental illness affects you or someone you know or love, the Mental Health Association in Greensboro is here  to provide you with the most up-to-date information, programs, and services that better inform and provide support for you and other members of our community.   Vision The Mental Health Association in Greensboro envisions a just, hu...
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