All MHA Programs
MHA’s Regional Policy Council (RPC) is a group of policy experts from the affiliate field who exhibit strategic leadership in state and federal advocacy and commit to mentoring other affiliates that wish to grow their policy impact.
Our education and outreach staff develop materials and resources that affiliates and the general public can use to learn more about mental health conditions.
We're here to help as partners in the work of educating the public about mental health and supporting those with mental health conditions.
Over 5 million individuals visit Mental Health America’s Screening site every year. MHA Screening supports these individuals by providing an anonymous and confidential place to explore their symptoms, to learn more about mental health, and to get access to treatment.
To educate the public and promote the expansion of peer support, MHA runs the Center for Peer Support (CPS).
Months and Toolkits
May is Mental Health Month, and each year MHA develops resources for our affiliates and advocates to promote mental health awareness and well-being.
BIPOC Mental Health Month takes place in July and recognizes the particular issues Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities face with mental health.
Pride Month takes place in June and recognizes and celebrates the specific challenges the LGBTQ+ community faces when it comes to mental health.
National Family Caregivers Month is recognized in November, and MHA tries to provide additional resources for caregivers during this month.
Brand new this year, MHA worked with Walgreens to develop the Workplace Mental Health Toolkit, a collection of resources for employers to help them make their workplace more mentally healthy.
As teachers and parents gear up for the school year, MHA provides resources to help them support their students with the transition back to school.