Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County cares about the mental wellness within the community. We strive to enhance mental health and improve the lives of those impacted by mental health. We believe in building awareness and education in our community.
We work hard to make our community healthier and happier.
-Healing Hearts and Minds Together
LOSS Team has moved to a new number!
Have you been impacted by suicide? The LOSS (Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors) Team is here to provide support and resources. Contact us at (682) 263-LOSS (5677).
Thank you to our generous donors who chose MHA on North Texas Giving Day!
North Texas Giving Day is a concentrated effort to support the many organizations that make our community so wonderful. On North Texas Giving Day, you chose to enhance the health of the community and improve those lives impacted by mental illness. Every gift directly supports MHA programs. Follow MHA on Facebook or go to mhatc.org to learn more about upcoming events and how to get involved. Join this community wide celebration on Thursday, September 20th by clicking North Texas Giving Day 2018.
Not available on September 20th, schedule your donation anytime between September 10th and September 19th at North Texas Giving Day – Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County.
3rd Annual Mental Health Matters Luncheon
Our hearts are full and we are humbled you chose to spend your lunch hour with Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County at the 3rd Annual Mental Health Matters Luncheon. 2 in 10 people will face a mental health challenge and we are here to ensure that those individuals have access to the services they need.
Enormous thanks to those who have contributed to the mission of MHATC and this event. Athans Audio Visual, Colton McBride Sunday Funday, Emily and Rodger Grimes, J.O., Jennifer Murray Photography, Barbara Martin Powell / Keller Williams Realty, Mesa Springs, MHMR Tarrant, Sanders Travel Centre, SoulSpace Yoga Community, and Millwood Hospital.
Congratulations to Lezlie Dempsey Culver for going “Above and Beyond” in our community! You are tireless and inspire us all to be better.
Thank you to our brilliant, emcee and Board member, Duke Greenhill, for taking us on a one hour journey to better understand how many individuals in our community are impacted by mental health. Your compassion and commitment to the cause are admirable. Thank you to the unbelievable Dee Browne, our keynote speaker, who shared her personal story of strength and hope. Thank you to the MHATC Board, the volunteers and the MHATC staff who live to -Heal Hearts and Minds Together every day.
Amazon Smile Impact:
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Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County is an affiliate of Mental Health America. Mental Health America