WE SUPPORT through our Alzheimer’s family support group, services for victims of sexual assault, Friendship House & Operation Santa Claus for adults with serious mental illness, depression support group, and medication assistance.
WE EDUCATE through our Caddell Alzheimer’s Conference, Alzheimer’s education and training programs, Alzheimer’s Resource Guide, Child Safety Conference, May Mental Health Month Breakfast & Seminar, substance abuse prevention programs, sexual assault prevention & education programs, and information and referral services.
WE ADVOCATE by serving on state and local committees making sure that mental health issues are represented. We advocate for improved mental health services by communicating with legislators, service providers, and elected officials.
The Mental Health Association in Morgan County is a non-profit, 501(c)3 tax exempt organization. It was accepted as a United Way agency in 1957. We also receive funds from the Combined Federal Campaign.
- Memberships (Become a Member)
- Special Educational Events
- Bill J. Dukes “[email protected]” Run For more information [email protected]
- Operation Santa Claus Every year the Mental Health Association raises money for Operation Santa Claus, a Christmas project for adults who have a serious mental illness and are clients of the Mental Health Center of North Central Alabama. This project raises over $10,000 each year and provides gifts and a holiday lunch for over 200 people. See the Operation Santa Claus page for more information about this program.
The Mental Health Association touches many lives throughout our community. Generous donations are utilized to fund support, education and advocacy for better mental health.
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Kroger Community Rewards makes donating to MHA easy. All you have to do is register your Plus Card online and then swipe when you shop. Quarterly Kroger Community Rewards donates back to MHA.
MHA is a 501C3 charitable organization.
United Way of Morgan County agency partner.