From left are Jackie Davis, executive director of the Mental Health Association in Talbot County; Arlene Lee, Governor’s Office of Children; and Candy Edwards, Senior Policy Analysts, Governor's Office of Children
"...the Mental Health Association in Talbot County (MHATC), will take leadership of the newly formed Shore Training Collaborative (STC) to carry on the child and family mental health community education efforts begun by Rural CARES in 2009. This change in leadership will take effect on September 30, 2015." READ MORE...
The Mental Health Association of Maryland (MHAMD) is re-launching our Healthy New Moms Campaign this year, in response to high demand for mental health information and resources for providers, pregnant women and new moms. For more information please visit the Healthy New Moms website.
The online screening tool called Whats My M3 is available right here, right now! Click on the Whats My M3 logo on the left to begin a 3 minute 27 question survey or click here. This self-assessment process screens for depression, anxiety, PTSD and Bipolar Disorder. Get Screened - Get your Score - Share it with your health care provider today.
HOW CAN WE HELP?
The Mental Health Association in Talbot County (MHATC) is a non-profit organization that promotes mental wellness and behavioral health with education and advocacy. Click here to learn more about our organization!
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"It’s easy to know your child needs help dealing with a fever or a broken bone, but mental health problems can be harder to identify. The tricky part of parenting is knowing the kinds of behaviors and moods that are usual for the stage of development your child is in – and when your child has gone beyond the norm and needs help."
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