Online Peer Support Groups via ZOOM!

We are happy to announce that beginning Tuesday, April 14th, our Peer Support Groups go live and digital via the video conference app ZOOM. Since the Coronavirus quarantine makes us unable to meet with peers in person, seeing and speaking with familiar (and new!) faces over digital devices is the next best way to meet. We have three support groups meeting via Zoom that are hosted by our peer support specialists. Road to Recovery will be led by Mary on Tuesdays at 7 pm. Tammi will host W...
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10 A.M. Daily Online Workshops With Zoom!

UPDATE (4/8/2020): We had hoped to have our online workshops be accessible to the general public. However, due to gross actions by a negligent hacker, we are forced to limit access of our online workshops to participants of our private Facebook groups. Our online workshops will now only be accessible with a password. Meeting links and passwords for access to workshops will only be found in our private Facebook support groups. We invite you to join our private support groups on Facebook. Cli...
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Join MHG’s Facebook Peer Support Groups!

Supporting our community throughout the COVID-19 pandemic is allowing Mental Health Greensboro to get creative in it's approach to peer support. We are happy to announce the addition of private Facebook Peer Support Groups to help keep our traditional support groups active during this time when our office must be closed as well as when normalcy returns to every day life. Our online peer support groups are moderated by our peer support specialists. We encourage our peers to join ou...
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COVID-19 CLOSURE UPDATE

Today North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper announced the mandatory closing of schools until May 15th in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Mental Health Greensboro is taking heed of the safety precautions recommended by our government and will observe the same schedule of closings as North Carolina schools. Our office will be closed until May 15th. We recognize that this is a very difficult and uncertain time for people. Mental Health Greensboro's peer support specialists will remain availa...
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Orientation & Peer Support Available By Telephone During COVID-19 Closing.

The Mental Health Greensboro office will be closed for a few weeks as communities practice social distancing to control the outbreak of the Coronavirus in our state. During this time of closure, MHG's peer support specialists will be available for one-on-one peer support over the phone. In addition, new peer orientation into our programming will be available by phone. Orientation is required to begin any Wellness Academy classes at Mental Health Greensboro. We understand the strain thi...
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Mental Health Greensboro Closed for Precautionary Measures in Response To Coronavirus Until Further Notice.

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Mental Health Greensboro will be closed until further notice as a precautionary measure in response to the Coronavirus outbreak in North Carolina. At this time we are adhering to Governor Roy Cooper's school closure mandate and as a result our facility will be closed at least two weeks beginning March 16th, 2020. As a result of this precautionary measure all Wellness Academy classes, Support Groups, and Provider Academy workshops will be postponed at this time and will resume at a later...
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Stomp The Stigma Family Concert & Fun Day!

UPDATE: Our Stomp The Stigma Family Concert & Fun Day is being rescheduled to a date in the summer due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We will update when we have a new date confirmed. Since 1940 Mental Health Greensboro has been advancing mental wellness in our community. 80 years! We hope to continue assisting individuals in recovery and bringing mental health awareness to people in Guilford County for another 80 years! Help us in our mission by joining us at Revolution Mill ...
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Renewal Support Group Will Meet on Wednesdays

Our Renewal Support Group, which has been meeting on Tuesday evenings, will begin meeting on Wednesday nights at 7 pm beginning February 12, 2020. The group will meet here at Mental Health Greensboro's facilities at 700 Walter Reed Drive. This group uplifts, bolsters, and provides support and inclusion for members of Greensboro's LGBTQ community who are experiencing mental health challenges. We look forward to meeting our peers as we create an environment of encouragement and understandi...
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QPR & MHFA Offered in February!

Mental Health Greensboro offers two certification classes in February. QPR (Question Persuade Refer) and MHFA (Mental Health First Aid) are open to anyone in the community who wishes to strengthen their ability to deal with those in mental health crisis. QPR and MHFA are beneficial to those who work intimately with people on a daily basis including mental health providers, counselors, parents, ministers, caseworkers, law enforcement officers, teachers, nurses, social workers, firefighters, vet...
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