Imagine being a mother who is depressed, has difficulty bonding with her baby, feels shame, guilt or inadequacy, and tells no one of her symptoms for fear of being judged or of feeling that she could lose her child.

Imagine being a combat soldier who is anxious, depressed, has a tough time adjusting to civilian life and thoughts of suicide because the war continues in their head. 

Imagine being a child who is bullied, feels hopeless and has severe health problems as result of unhealthy eating habits and behaviors learned in their younger years.

These are very real cases and issues that Houstonians face every day. Mental Health America of Greater Houston finds solutions to prevent the worst case scenario—especially for those at greatest risk and of greatest need.