MHA offers a variety of supportive and educational opportunities for adults with mental health conditions. The Peer Support programs are led by mental health recovery educators and peers in mental health recovery.
Wellness Recovery Action Planning (WRAP)
This class is a highly structured program facilitated by Certified WRAP Facilitators and covers three primary areas: building a support system; wellness tools such as diet, creative expression, sleep, and light; recognizing triggers and regaining control over challenging situations, and creating individual action plans . Five key recovery concepts discussed are: hope, personal responsibility, education, self-advocacy, and support. With strength and courage, recovery is possible. WRAP is an evidence-based program.
Peer Support Activities
Peer activities provide opportunities for peers to interact with each other in a fun, community-based setting that allows for social support and friendships to flourish. Our Peer Support Program continues to grow at a tremendous rate. We welcome all clients of the mental health system to participate and look forward to the future of these programs.
March Calendar 2019
This men and women’s group offers support, interactive sharing, and social skills training. This group meets weekly on Mondays at 10am and 11am, followed with a healthy snack.
Men’s Support Group – 10am
Women’s Support Group – 11am
Yoga for women is offered on Mondays at 1 pm. Join us for guided mediation and yoga with Amber Shumake. As a writer, teacher and artist, Amber aspired to integrate all that she’s learned through poetic writing, poignant teachings, and soulful portraiture. She credits yoga with breathing her back to life and helping her heal. Read more about Amber……
Personal Growth Thursdays
Stay active in your own recovery and self-care progress and participate with us on Thursdays. There is an opportunity to meet and develop new friendships.
Personal Growth schedule includes:
Empowerment Class, 10am – 11am
Social Skills Class, 11 am – 12pm
Health Snack, 12pm – 1pm
The Warm Line is a service for people who need support and human contact, but don’t need a crisis line or hotline. Warm Line offers free, confidential support for non-crisis related issues and is a safe way to make contact with a warm voice. Phone calls are answered by peer volunteer mentors and mental health recovery educators from 1pm-5pm. Monday thru Friday, 817-546-7826. Spanish speaking volunteers are available on Mondays and Fridays.