In the past year, over 2,000 adults with behavioral health issues engaged in MHA programs that promote recovery. Programs include: 9Muses Art Center, Peer Support Groups, the SETH Line...
The Mental Health Association of Southeast Florida is your voice for mental wellness. Since 1957, we have remained true to our mission of promoting mental health through education, prevention, research, advocacy and empowerment. Our services include information and referral, school-based prevention programs for children, education and support of parents so they can make their families strong. In addition, for over 20 years, our 9MusesArtCenter has helped adults find hope and enjoy a better quality of life.
MHA of Southeast Florida continues to expand services to meet the needs of our community. One of our new programs, the Power of Peers, provides support as people are discharged from the structured environment of the State Hospital as they re-adjust to living in society. Most recently, we added the “Cares” Program that offers education and support to family members raising their grandchildren, nieces, nephews or siblings.
MHASEFL is here to promote wellness for all. We are proud to be affiliated with Mental Health America and the World Federation for Mental Health. We invite you to join us in making a positive difference to people in our community. Whether you help to advocate or join as a member, we appreciate your support. Working together, we are building a healthier Southeast Florida!
Mental Health is a goal for everyone.
Public Education and advocacy were the Association’s...
Mental Health is a goal
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In the past school year, over 8,558 Broward County school children participated in MHA’ s prevention programs, including Listen to Children, I'm Thumbody & Thumbody, Too...
Over 250 families last year participated in Parent Education Parent Support to learn skills for effective parenting. Family Voices supported 179 families of children with behavioral concerns.