Pandemic Intensifies Growing Mental Health Crisis for Teens as National Suicide Prevention Month Begins
According to a just released study by Mental Health America 54% of 11–17-year-olds reported frequent suicidal thoughts or self-harm in the previous two weeks, the highest rate since screening began in 2014. As the oldest community-based nonprofit dedicated to addressing the needs of those living with mental illness and promoting the overall mental health of all the Mental Health Association of Central Florida (MHACF.org) is intensifying its recently launched You Are A Lifeguard suicide awareness campaign as a key part of its participation in National Suicide Prevention Month beginning September 1st.
MHACF Coping Together | Gratitude: A Tool to Fight the Holiday Blues with ToJauna Forbes
You Are A Lifeguard – Mother PSA
You Are A Lifeguard – Father PSA
MHACF Coping Together | Art Therapy with Marnita Patton
We are the Mills 50 District’s business of the month!
The Mental Health Association of Central Florida, proudly located on the corner of Robinson and Fern Creek, has been selected as the Mills 50 District’s featured business of the month!
Become an MHACF Guardian Advocate
Our Guardian Advocate Program trains individuals to serve as temporary surrogate decision makers for involuntarily hospitalized clients, under the Florida Baker Act, who have no family members to act on their behalf. When a community member is involuntarily hospitalized, this is often one of the most difficult times in their lives. By becoming a Guardian Advocate, you are able to be their to guide and help them back to recovery in their time of need.
Meet Henry Winkler at the Legacy of Champions Luncheon 2023
RESERVE YOUR SEATS TODAY! May 17th is our Legacy of Champions Luncheon at the Rosen Plaza, featuring Emmy Award-winning actor, author, director & producer Henry Winkler as the Keynote Speaker!
Every year, the Legacy of Champions Luncheon brings our community together to celebrate those who have gone to incredible lengths to support our community’s mental health.
Tickets and sponsorships are available now!