MHG 2018 Annual Report

MHG 2018 Annual Report
2018 Annual Report Connecting Mind, Body and Soul     President’s Message What an amazing year this has been! After much evaluation, the Board of Directors adopted a new name and mission statement for the Mental Health Association in Greensboro, to better align with our commitment to advancing mental wellness in the Triad. We are now Mental Health Greensboro. Mental Health Gre...
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New Wellness Academy Classes

New Wellness Academy Classes
Mental Health Greensboro's Wellness Academy is getting a big update this year! Our staff has been working hard to overhaul the core curriculum of our recovery skills classes, as well as to make the schedule more accessible to more peers. Starting the second week of January, the Wellness Academy will return with a new schedule and several brand new core classes. Visit our Wellness Academy Course ...
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MHG Holiday Programming

MHG Holiday Programming
  It's that time of year again! MHG is offering a a variety of holiday themed workshops and classes this December. Read on for descriptions, and check out the full MHG calendar at our Calendars page. Wednesday, December 12th - 1:00 pm - Soup Jar Workshop Monday, December 17th - 12:00 pm - Co Co Co (Hot Cocoa workshop) Tuesday, December 18th - 2:30 pm - Naughty or Nice Wednesday, Decemb...
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November Provider Academy Cancelled

November Provider Academy Cancelled
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Due to a scheduling conflict, this Tuesday's Provider Academy workshop, Working with Trauma, will be cancelled.  We apologize for any inconvenience. Stay tuned for further Provider Academy schedule updates at www.mhag.org/provider-academy
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WRAP Scheduling Change

WRAP Scheduling Change
Effective with the next WRAP class we will begin offering it later in the day.  WRAP will now be offered on Thursday afternoon, 1-3pm, starting October 4th.  For this class only, we will allow peers to begin with the first or second class, to allow time for everyone to adjust to the new schedule. Thank you all for your flexibility and support as we work to enhance our programs for peers. View our ...
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Lefty For Life CBG Memorial Golf Tournament

Lefty For Life CBG Memorial Golf Tournament
    Calling all golfers! We are thrilled that the folks of Lefty for Life have chosen to support Mental Health Greensboro with their CBG Memorial Golf Tournament! This year's tournament will be held on Friday, September 28th at the Bryan Park Champions Course. 80% of the proceeds of this year's tournament will go to fund the programs and services provided to the community by MHG. If ...
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Compeer Special Event: Pottery Workshop

Compeer Special Event: Pottery Workshop
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Date: September 12th, 1:00pm  Location: MHG Classroom #2 Come get your hands dirty and learn how to turn a lump of clay into a beautiful clay pot! Local potter Susan Ridenour will lead this workshop. All materials will be provided, and no experience is necessary - just let your creativity take over! Pots will be fired in a kiln and glazed off-site, and then brought back to their creators. We w...
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Codependent No More Weekend Class

Codependent No More Weekend Class
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Based on the book and workbook by Melody Beattie.  Melody Beattie's definition of a codependent person is someone who has let another person's behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person's behavior. This Wellness Academy Enrichment Course is derived from the best-selling book, based on the 12 steps of codependency and utilizing the author's workbook. Dates: Satur...
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Nami Basics – July 11th

Nami Basics – July 11th
Our friends at NAMI Guilford are holding a free session of NAMI Basics in July.  NAMI BASICS is a free 6-week education program for parents and family caregivers of children and teens under the age of 18 who are experiencing symptoms  a mental illness or have already been diagnosed. The 6- session program builds week to week to provide critical strategies for taking care of your child and learn...
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Free QPR Trainings – June 15th

Free QPR Trainings – June 15th
The recent deaths of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain put a face on a disturbing trend in this country: nationwide, suicide rates have increased almost 30 percent since 1999. This is a problem that affects every community and every segment of the population. It is a myth that talking about suicide encourages it. Open communication may be the key to saving the life of a loved one, friend, neighbo...
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