November is National Family Caregivers Month!

MHA is proud to recognize November as National Family Caregivers Month - a time to celebrate the contributions of caregivers, provide them with tools that they need, and continue to advocate for individuals with mental illness. It is important for caregivers to take care of their own mental health. Supporting caregivers with information and resources can help them maintain their mental health and better serve loved ones with mental illness.


Click here to check out our family caregiver resources


Click here to access our new 2020 report on caregiving, The Strain Of Caregiving: How Caregiver Involvement Reduces Distress And Conflict

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