Category Archives : Newsletters

Housing Success for Tatiana & Her Family

Dear Friends, In honor of Mental Health Awareness Month, I want to take a moment to share a recent success story with you. A few weeks before the Safer at Home Order was announced, MHAS received a call from Tatiana, a domestic violence survivor and single mother of three children, two of whom have mental […]

Mental Health Includes All of Us

Dear Friends, This year’s Mental Health Awareness Month conversation includes all of us. We all know of someone, or even ourselves, experiencing fears and anxieties as we strive to keep our families safe, help our children transition to online learning, and rise to meet the demands of our new “normal.” For people with pre-existing mental health conditions, the […]

MHAS’ Emergency Response Fund

Dear Friends, For the last 43 years, Mental Health Advocacy Services (MHAS) has existed because we believe that people with mental health disabilities deserve dignity, respect, and quality of life. We have fought discrimination and protected the rights of these individuals in order to maximize their autonomy, promote equality, and secure the resources they need to thrive […]

Coronavirus, Mental Health, Beautiful News, and Singing!

Dear Friends, I hope you and your families are all hanging in there and remembering to take care of your mental health. I wanted to briefly update you on how Mental Health Advocacy Services is responding to the coronavirus crisis and ask for your help. First, we had to make the difficult decision to close […]

December 2019 | Happy New Year

On behalf of everyone at Mental Health Advocacy Services, we wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous New Year 2020! We are truly grateful to you for making our work possible not just during 2018, but for the last 40 years. If you have not done so yet, there’s still time to […]