With all of the changes in health care and voting laws happening at the state and federal level, it's more important than ever for the mental health community to be involved in this year's election.
Our national affiliate, Mental Health America (MHA), has prepared a voter guide to help mental health advocates ensure that people with mental health and substance use conditions feel empowered and able to vote; that candidates at the federal, state and local levels are considering the concerns of the mental health community; and to encourage all voters to ultimately
Vote for America's Mental Health in 2016.
Missouri allow voters to register online.
You may also register by mail or in person. Find out more about voter registration at vote.usa.gov.
MHAH Information & Referral
Compassionate Ear Warmline
1-866-WARM-EAR or 913-281-2251
Open daily, 4pm-10pm
Thank you, Representative Ruiz!
MHAH held a reception for Representative Louis Ruiz on Thursday, September 29th to celebrate his accomplishments, advocacy and award from our national affiliate as a champion of mental health in the state of Kansas. Mental Health America (MHA) recognized a very select group of seven state legislators from four states who have made mental health a priority in their states. Read the entire press release here.
Thank you to all of those to came to celebrate with us
and congratulations to Representative Ruiz!
Pictured from left to right: Kansas State Representative
Susan Crain Lewis, Kansas State Representatives
Jim Ward and