Click here for MHA-NYC's Crisis Services.
plus

#BeThe1To Help

First Feature Image
Feature image

You can use this feature section to showcase your happy customers those use your business services. It will help to build trust among the audience.

Mental Health Calendar

Second Feature Image
Feature image

You can also share testimonials in feature section that will prove how much your services are reliable that will make positive impact on visitors coming to your website.

Making A Difference

Third Feature Image
Feature image

Even you can introduce your team in the feature section. The people that stand your business. This will give a chance to visitors to know the kind of work your team does.

FEATURED STORIES

Features that will make your website awesome.

Our Crisis Network Centers

Crisis centers are a vital part of the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, which is administered by MHA-NYC. It’s because of these crisis centers that last year we were able to answer over 2 million calls from across the United States. To help us foster hope, help and healing, learn more here.

Legalizing Same-Sex Marriage Was Associated With Fewer Youth Suicide Attempts, New Study Finds

"Students living in states where same-sex marriage was legalized saw a drop in suicide rates, compared to students living elsewhere (a critical point being that the scientists investigated an association, not a causal relationship)." Learn more about this study here.

A National Mental Health Advocacy Agenda

MHA-NYC's President, Kim Williams, presents a national mental health advocacy agenda. Given the threats to the current, inadequate mental health system, it's time for unified action by all mental health advocates—action both to prevent erosion and to press for progress. Read the full article here.

Leading Suicide Prevention Efforts Unite to Address Rising National Suicide Rate

The National Action Alliance for Suicide Prevention, the public-private partnership working to advance the National Strategy for Suicide Prevention, and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention are uniting efforts to reduce the annual suicide rate 20 percent by 2025 in response to the rising suicide-related deaths over the last 16 years. Read the press release here.

Recent Posts

By default no posts will appear. You need to create one.