We are passionate about Putnam County’s mental health and quality of life.
Educating and advocating are our main focus, as is collaborating with many other organizations to bring wellness to our residents.
Find out more about us!
Mental Health America of Putnam County
Promoting community-wide mental health
Working for our community’s children and their families. We bring sound advice, education, and opportunity to our community.
We provide Putnam County Court-ordered classes for families with children living in separate households through divorce or separation of parents. Our Helping Children/Co-Parenting course offerings (abbreviated HCCP) is designed to help the parents and the children going through this change in family dynamics.
Continue reading “Helping Children/Co-Parenting”
Our farthest-reaching program, serving over 2,000 children in preschool through fifth grade, Puppet Power gives elementary age students information and skills to handle situations they may encounter that threaten their safety. Continue reading “Puppet Power”
Are you looking for a mental health provider in our area? Perhaps you have a diagnosis and want more information? Is it confusing to find the right resource? Is insurance a roadblock to getting mental health services? We can help! Continue reading “Finding Help”
Click here to go to our calendar of events. Some of these are place-markers for regularly scheduled events. Please see details to ensure the event has not been cancelled.
If you need services, please contact our office for help in guiding you to local and regional resources.
MHAoPC helps people in our community find and access mental health resources, including seeking professional help, taking a screening, and investigating mental health providers in our region. We can assist if someone knows a situation needs more help than a primary caregiver can provide and of course we can always help if a crisis is imminent. We have resources available for everyone, and there is always someone available who cares and can help.
From mental health campaigns, timely subjects, and other resources, check out our mental health campaigns page. Continue reading “Mental Health Campaigns”
Taking a mental health screening is one of the quickest and easiest ways to determine whether you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition. Mental health conditions, such as depression or anxiety, are real, common and treatable. And recovery is possible. Continue reading “Take a Screening”
Every fall, MHAoPC publishes newsletter to highlight our achievements and new commitments. Inside of our newsletter, you will find an exciting updates for our programs and what have been happening at MHAoPC since last year. Checkout our previous year’s newsletters below.
From letters to the editors, timely subjects, or announcements of our events, check out our public announcements below.
Targeting mainly teens and young adults, we promote the Crisis Text Line as a resource for tough times. The National Suicide Hotline is a phone option for those in crisis. Both are 24/7, and offer free confidential support. Continue reading “Crisis Resources”