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Ellen’s Run

Join MHA on the morning of September 27th to participate in Ellen's Run, an annual 5K run/3K walk held in honor of Ellen Vala Schneider, a former board member of MHA and former chair of the B-CC High School Community Scholarship Fund.

The run/walk, which will be held in Chevy Chase, MD, partially benefits MHA's mission of mental wellness, and will include prizes for top participants and a post-race celebratory brunch.

Race information:

Date: Sunday, September 27th, 2015
Time: Race begins at 9am
Location: Candy Cane City Pavilion, 7901 Meadowbrook Lane, Chevy Chase, MD (in Rock Creek Park)
How to register:

*Remember: When registering for the race, make sure to join the "MHA Thanks You" team!

Register Today For Our August Continuing Education Seminar

Join MHA at Johns Hopkins University’s Montgomery Campus on Thursday, August 6th to learn more about suicide risk and assessment, how to talk to a client about suicidality, how to create a safety plan with a client and more. Six continuing education credits will be provided to counselors, social workers and psychologist in attendance.

More information and online registration here

Become an MHA Mental Health Professional Member!

MHA invites you to become a Mental Health Professional Member. Join now and enjoy great benefits through June 30, 2016 while helping to support MHA’s direct services and community mental health awareness and advocacy efforts! Register today.

Take Time for Yourself Everyday With My Mental Health Day

My Mental Health Day

Get tips on managing the stress in your life and boosting your mental wellness through MHA’s year-round mental wellness campaign at

MHA Guides Military Members and Their Families Through Serving Together Program

MHA’s military initiative Serving Together provides clear guidance for service members and their families on how to access the information and resources they deserve through a centralized, coordinated system that seeks to support the 50,000 veterans living in Montgomery County and welcome home the newest generation of Warriors. To learn how to access the resources veterans and their families need all in one place, go to today.