About Mental Health America of Greater Houston

 

Mental Health America of Greater Houston, established in 1954 by philanthropist Ima Hogg, is the area’s longest serving mental health education and advocacy organization focused on shaping the mental health of people and communities in the areas of children and education, integrated health care, chronic illnesses, women, suicide prevention, and veterans. 

We actively work to replace misperceptions and misunderstanding about mental illness with compassion and proper treatment; link people to mental health services; provide education and training for key sectors of the community; remove barriers to mental health care by facilitating change in systems and advocate for legislative solutions that address the vast unmet need for public mental health services.

Mission:
Drive community solutions to promote mental health for all.

Vision:
A future of hope and understanding that promotes the health and well-being of all people.

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Mental Health America of Greater Houston * A United Way Organization Since 1958