Did you attend our Kevin Hines event and felt an impact?

Let us know!

Tell us how you were affected by Kevin via email or Facebook: info@abilenemha.org or check us out on Facebook at facebook.com/abilenemha

Thank you to all our speakers, committee, sponsors and attendees for making our 5th symposium such a success!

Thank you to our 2019 Art Gala Sponsors and Partners seen and listed below:

Fergus & Tomanka, PLLC

Advanced VOIP Solutions

EyeLink Technologies

Innovated Communications

Life Renovations

Mike Flynn

Shades of Hope

Rosie Hollingsworth, LPC

And partners: Texas White House Bed and Breakfast, Skinn Bar Lifestyle Spa, Burkhart Custom Frame & Art, T.M.Gand Fine Art, Tall Tower Designs, and  St. Paul United Methodist Church

And thank you to all the amazing artists that made our 2019 Art Gala possible!  We will be posting photos and artists names soon! Watch for us on Facebook too… Art Sale starts very soon!

MHAA’s mission is to provide leadership and support for hope, recovery, and mental wellness for all.

Mental Health America of Abilene, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Formerly known as Mental Health Association in Abilene.

Our purpose is to improve the lives of people with mental health concerns through the use of peer support, advocacy, educational forums, and outreach.

We offer a variety of peer-led weekly support groups, community resources and referrals to psychiatrists and agencies in the surrounding area. MHAA also offers peer to peer support on an individual and appointment basis. All free of charge. More info here.

Your Recovery Green Road Sign Over Dramatic Clouds and Sky.

Mental Health America of Abilene would like to reach out to those who struggle with their mental wellness and help them on their journey towards wellness. Our mission is to provide leadership and support for hope, recovery and mental wellness for all.

If you are willing to participate in your recovery, it is possible for anyone whether it’s for mental health or substance abuse to become healthier, gain more stability and live better lives. Developing a recovery plan can be essential to one’s journey of becoming stable again.

According to Mentalhealth.gov, Recovery Plans:

  • Enable you to identify goals for achieving wellness
  • Specify what you can do to reach those goals
  • Include daily activities as well as longer term goals
  • Track any changes in your mental health problem
  • Identify triggers or other stressful events that can make you feel worse, and help you learn how to manage them

You can learn more about your own recovery and action plan using the online tools section.

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