Opening Minds. Changing Lives.

For individuals living with mental health or substance abuse problems, Mental Health America of the Triangle is an unwavering voice of hope and a forward-thinking source of support, education, service and advocacy. Four-plus decades of experience have yielded an unmatched level of professional and volunteer expertise in serving individuals where they are — in our families and in our communities. There are many ways you can help us champion mental health across the Triangle: attend one of our upcoming events, volunteer your time, and donate money to help us reach more people in need.

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Apr
25
In the U.S. between 40% and 50% of married couples divorce and therefore, psychotherapists routinely work with families dealing with issues around marriage dissolution and child custody. It is not uncommon for a client’s attorney to subpoena therapy records and psychotherapists must understand how to respond accordingly.
Jun
07
Learn skills to become an effective advocate for your child and your community.

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Marci White named Interim Executive Director for Mental Health America of the Triangle

Mental Health America of the Triangle (MHAT) today announced the appointment of Marci White as Interim Executive Director of MHAT which provides counseling and innovative programs to families in the Triangle.

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