Mental Health America
Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant County (MHA) has had the privilege of promoting and providing mental health support to the members of our community for more than 70 years and is excited to continue to do so.
MHMR partners with MHA to provide peer-to-peer services, suicide support (LOSS: Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors) and continuing education through the Insights Seminar Series.
- Peer Support programs are mental health consumer designed, organized and directed. This provides opportunities to interact in fun, community-based settings allowing for social support and friendships.
- Warm Line is for people who need support and human contact, but don't need a crisis line or hotline. Phone calls are answered by peer mentors from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, 817-546-7826.
- LOSS (Local Outreach to Suicide Survivors) team offers immediate support and resources to individuals in Tarrant County impacted by suicide. Number is 682.263.LOSS (5677).
Mental health issues do not discriminate and could affect us and our loved ones at any time. We all benefit from a happier and healthier community, and it is your support that enables us to improve the emotional well-being and health of the people you know throughout Tarrant County.