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ALEXANDRIA, VA – Mental Health America (MHA) has announced that President and CEO Paul Gionfriddo will retire in July 2021, after seven years of service to MHA. The board of directors has initiated a search for a new executive and h…


OAKLAND, CA & ALEXANDRIA, VA –– Parents are ending the year much the same way they started it: Worrying about their children’s mental health as they prepare for months of isolated learning. Adding to the list of resources already available to parents, Well Being Trust, Mental…


ALEXANDRIA, VA – As the number of COVID-19 cases continue to rise across the nation at a record-breaking speed and hospitals become overwhelmed, the pandemic is taking a dangerous toll on the mental health of frontline healthcare workers, according to a…


WASHINGTON – More than 350 leaders and organizations across the United States have…


Statement from Paul Gionfriddo, President and CEO of Mental Health America


Over the past few weeks, a record number of people across our nation showed up to cast their vote for leaders they believe represent their values. Even amid a pandemic that has left more than 200,000 of our loved ones dead, created the greatest economic crisis since the Great Depression, and igni…


Alexandria, Va., and Deerfield, Ill. — Mental Health America (MHA), along with Lundbeck, announce the launch of a groundbreaking new initiative that will apply analytics on the data set created from MHA’s exten…