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TheMental Health Association in Geauga County's mission is to promote services and programs that are responsive to the mental health and chemical dependency needs of the citizens of Geauga County. In furtherance of this purpose, we shall:
  • Provide individual and group educational opportunities.
  • Research, evaluate and disseminate relevant information.
  • Increase awareness of mental health and chemical dependency causes and issues.
  • Address public perceptions of mental health and chemical dependency.
  • Support and facilitate the programs, activities and services of public and private providers.
  • Foster public visibility of the Mental Health Association in Geauga County as well as other Geauga County community agencies.

September 8-12 is Suicide
Prevention Week

Sometimes we forget that first responders find their jobs challenging. Here is a link that will help:

Breaking the Silence: Suicide Prevention in Law Enforcement

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steele and adamsLocal area professional attended a "Trauma Informed Care Training" on April 8 and 9. Nationally known speaker, Dr. William Steele was the presenter. The Geauga County Board of Mental Health and Recovery Services recognizes the need to educate it community, offering these workshops at substantially reduced dollars. This workshop was part of a continuing series. Pictured: speaker, Dr. Bill Steele and CEO, Jim Adams of the Board.

With the rapid changes that have been occurring in mental health education, it is difficult for professionals to keep up with new developments. The Mental Health Association offers a variety of continuing education programs designed to meet the needs of today's practitioners and educators. These workshops are held in the Geauga County area and offer an opportunity for professionals to grow and develop their skills locally. If you would like to be added to our list of educators and practitioners so we can keep you informed about upcoming workshops, please contact us.

 

For emergencies call the COPELINE at
440-285-5665 or 1-888-285-5665
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In Support of Our Mission MHA Offers:

If you would like to donate to the Mental Health Association, click on the link below and thank you so much for your generous donation.

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TEL: 440-285-3945​

Email: info@mhageauga.org


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