Impacting through support, education & advocacy

Programs focus on mental, emotional and social support groups and educational programs to improve mental health wellness in our community.  MHA hosts a number of peer-led support groups at no cost bringing individuals and families together.  As part of our community programming, we host professional training and educational events to increase partnerships with a common mission.


Rape Response and Advocacy

Offering both Sexual Violence prevention & education programs and services for victims of sexual assault.


The Morgan County Substance Abuse Network was established in 1983 as a substance abuse prevention community coalition. Its dual goals are to prevent and reduce substance abuse by youth and to strengthen community collaboration among community-based, private and governmental entities.


Offering services to individuals and families to support them as caregivers for a loved one with alzheimer's or dementia.

Friends Group

Friendship House has been meeting as a social club for those with serious mental illness since 1969.  These adults are also remembered at Christmas through Operation Santa Claus Project.


Offering support groups for those dealing with depression.   Some meetings are for discussion and sharing, and others are educational with a speaker on a particular topic.

Community Groups

Additional groups are developed based on community need.  Peer groups are dedicated to address mental, emotional and social wellness.

Mental Health Association

Recovery is Real.

If you'd like more information about our programs or if you would like to start a new support program contact us at 256-353-1160 or [email protected]

Get Involved...

If your organization or church would like to sponsor or host a mental wellness program, contact us.  We are in need of handicapped accessible meeting rooms.