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Continuing Education Seminar: “Sleep Disorders: An Overview of Sleep Disorders Common in Military Members

Serving Together

Join MHA’s military initiative Serving Together on May 15th at Johns Hopkins University for our Continuing Education Seminar “Sleep Disorders: An Overview of Sleep Disorders Common in Military Members”

Research shows that sleep disorders put service members at an increased risk for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), anxiety and depression. During this presentation Dr. William Brim from the Center for Deployment Psychology will discuss the range of sleep disorders with a focus on those most common in military members and provide an overview of the evidence-based treatments for each. Be sure to register early - this event was sold out last year!

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Stay Informed Throughout Maryland’s 2014 Legislative Session!

MHA will be tracking legislation pertinent to the important mental health-related issues that affect the populations we serve throughout the 2014 Maryland session. Sign up for our legislative alerts and we’ll keep you informed.

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Professional Membership Has its Benefits... For You & For this Community

Mental Health Assocation of Montgomery County (MHA) invites social workers, therapists, counselors & other mental health providers to become a Mental Health Professional Member. Join now & enjoy great benefits through June 30, 2014 while helping to support the work of MHA!

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Serving Together launches a new website to help service members, veterans, and their families find the resources they deserve.

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