News

MHA’s New Counseling Center Project

MHA Director’s Blog

Kathy Rogers

Free Counseling Opportunity for Eligible Community Members

MHA of Central Carolinas is honored to have funding from Mecklenburg County and Disability Rights and Resources, to extend our outreach related to the mental health effects of COVID-19.

Compeer Volunteer Feature

Employers Can Support Employee Wellness

MHA has long offered trainings for local employers and has supported community members through programs and services.

Ask Me What’s Up, A Student Mental Health Initiative

Ask Me What’s Up was designed as the first phase of a community initiative aimed at shining a light on this growing mental health epidemic facing too many students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg.

MHA affiliates are committed to addressing the trauma and lived experience of marginalized communities

The following statement can be attributed to Paul Gionfriddo, president and CEO, Mental Health America (our national affiliate):

MHA Hosts Free Virtual Series – Mental Health Matters

Join MHA’s Executive Director Kathy Rogers Tuesdays from 12:00-12:30 p.m. for Mental Health Matters.

Although MHA Office Closed, Staff are Here for You

Due to the current Stay at Home Order issued by Mecklenburg County, MHA’s staff is working remotely. MHA’s Team is still available by phone and email during regular business hours Monday-Friday at 704-365-3454 between 9 a.m.-5 p.m.