The Mental Health Association in Michigan

is the only statewide, non-governmental agency concerned with the broad spectrum of mental illness across all age groups.

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2020 Virtual Tribute Celebration Live

This year’s tribute celebration is honoring State Representative Mary Whiteford and Jeff Patton, CEO of Integrated Services of Kalamazoo. Join us as President and CEO of MHAM, Marianne Huff, will host us for an hour of inspirational live music, the story of Clifford Beers, a sitdown interview with a family who has a lifetime of lived experience with mental health and special messages from our honorees. This evening of celebration will be on Facebook Live as well as a dedicated website. With your registration, you will be sent a link to view the evenings events closer to the event. 

The Mental Health Association in Michigan cares about your mental health and the mental health of those you love. As the state of Michigan and its citizens navigate the challenges of COVID-19 or “coronavirus” by closing schools, canceling sporting events, limiting the number of individuals who can congregate and by reporting the increasing numbers of individuals who are testing positive for the virus, anxiety among Michiganders is growing. This anxiety is understandable. There are ways to manage the anxiety and here are some resources that may be helpful to you in these days of uncertainty and changing conditions. Please CLICK HERE.

About MHAM

Affiliated with Mental Health America, MHAM incorporated as a nonprofit entity under Michigan statutes in 1936 and holds 501(c)(3) tax exempt non-profit status under the Federal Department of Internal Revenue.  We are licensed to solicit charitable funds in accordance with Michigan law.

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Letter from Lansing – June 2020

Welcome to the June 2020 edition of MHAM’s monthly newsletter that provides you with public policy updates and other information that impacts the behavioral health care of you and those you love. Th…

July 11, 2020

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