To showcase how art can be therapeutic, the MHA recently partnered with the Frederick County Public Schools Academy for the Fine Arts (AFA) for a spring project. Students in the academy were tasked with creating artwork or videos focused on the theme of “from darkness to light.”
211 Day — Feb. 11 — recognizes the call center workers who are available around-the-clock for anyone experiencing a crisis or in need of someone to talk to, and help connect people to the services they need.
Frederick County Executive and MHA Child Care Choices Program Announce Assistance Grants for Child Care Providers Countywide
County Executive Jan Gardner announced that the county will administer up to $2 million in grants to help child care centers and providers countywide pay for expenses due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Josyane Kengni, CRNP, PMH Named New Medical Director of the Mental Health Association of Frederick County
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Maryland is pleased to welcome Josyane Kengni, CRNP, PMH as new MHA Medical Director.
The Mental Health Association of Frederick County (MHA) recently celebrated 4 young people and their families as they graduated from the Healthy Families Program.
As Fundraising Opportunities Decline, Many Nonprofits Face other Challenges in the Pandemic
At the Mental Health Association of Frederick County, Child Care Choices is helping the community and child care providers recognize when a child has been exposed to adverse childhood experiences.