Local TV: The Many Faces of Mental Health
MHA's very own television program airs weekly on LCTV Channel 20 each Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. a.m; Wednesday at 7:00 a.m. Hosted by Jackie Kenney.
Our current show gives you the opportunity to meet with Heather M. Johnson, a local artist and Meghan Dimond , writer and Secretary of the Healthy Minds Niagara group. The two discuss their interest in the arts and ways in which expressing yourself through writing or other art forms can support your recovery as well as help you stay healthy. Pick up a pen, a paintbrush or camera and give your mental health a boost.
On Spectrum, see Channel 20 or digital Digital 21.3.
Full program schedule on LCTV available here.
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Mind Matters Column
Articles by Pamela Szalay, Director of Community Education at MHA, as seen in the Niagara Gazette and Lockport Union-Sun Journal. Read past columns on our blog.
- Are You Spending Too Much Time on Social Media?
- College Prep Should Include Mental Health Awareness
- Crisis Control: Getting By With a Little Help From Your Group
- Facts Over Fear: The Myths and Truths of Mental Health
Press Releases and News
Robin Williams Films to Promote Mental Health
50th Anniversary Celebration 2014
This past May we celebrated our 50th Anniversary at the Tuscarora Inn. In addition to holding our annual meeting, we gave out awards and scholarships, and received a proclamation from Niagara County acknowledging our years of service.
Anti-Bullying Bowlathon 2014