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MHMR changes the lives of people with substance abuse, psychiatric disorders and intellectual delays and disabilities.Mental health crisis? Call 817-335-3022.
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MHMR Tarrant May 16
UNT Health Science Center student, Parker Murray found himself lonely, depressed and needing help. He is now a voice for mental health for many others:...
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MHMR Tarrant May 15
Are you qualified to be a Spanish to English translator/interpreter? Join our Early Childhood team and help deliver programs to families we serve. Visit our Jobs Page and search "Translator" We have...
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nanda reamy May 14
Thanks for volunteering with us!! We appreciate you beautifying our courtyard and uplifting the individuals that we serve!!!
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MHMR Tarrant May 15
Can you believe summer is almost upon us? Thank you to places like The Keller Pointe for having inclusive events like this for the people we serve!
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MHMR Tarrant May 14
Many of our employees that wore pink today in honor of . Did you? Share your photos! Texas Health and Human Services Commission
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MHMR Tarrant May 14
Do you ever feel depressed, but rather than talk with someone or go see a doctor, you just "grin and bear it"? You are not alone.
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MHMR Tarrant May 12
Last week we celebrated the 90+ nurses across our agency. On Friday that celebration culminated with a special luncheon where fun and recognition commenced. Thank you to all of our amazing nurses!
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MHMR Tarrant May 8
We all have feelings and moments, sometimes they get the best of us or of those you love. If you or someone you know is in need of help, contact our ICARE line: (817) 335-3022 or (800) 866-2465
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MHMR Tarrant May 7
Spreading the word about mental health is vital to so many. People need to know that it is okay to talk about it and that so many of us share the same concerns.
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MHMR Tarrant May 6
With suicide rates continue to climb among children and young adults, it is hard to fathom the number that at least have thoughts of suicide. Talk about it!
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MHMR Tarrant May 4
MHMR employees and some of the families we serve joined in on the fun yesterday and today! Share your fun photos with us too! Star Wars
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MHMR Tarrant May 2
What a great event to be a part of! Thank you, Keller ISD for hosting!
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MHMR Tarrant May 2
What an incredible evening we had last week for our Opening Doors Dinner, a celebration of MHMR's 50th anniversary. Here is just a sampling of some of the images from our successful fundraiser for the people and programs of MHMR.
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MHMR Tarrant May 1
We’re on a bus! Visit for parenting resources and free screenings
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MHMR Tarrant May 1
MHMR's Shawnnita Marie and her family were in Wasington DC this week representing , a zero to three outreach to "Think Babies." Not only did they get to talk with Senator Ted Cruz, they also met with Texas Senator John Cornyn and...
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MHMR Tarrant Apr 30
Proud to partner with onesafeplacefjc to support women and families impacted by domestic violence
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MHMR Tarrant Apr 29
Thank you Fort Worth Star-Telegram for your story about suicide and the importance of talking about it, especially with youth. Thank you to LOSS Team, our partnership with Mental Health America of Greater Tarrant...
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MHMR Tarrant Apr 25
New LEGO Bricks for those with visual impairments
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MHMR Tarrant Apr 24
Do you have extra medications at home that need disposed of? This Saturday is Rx and JPS Health Network is one of many locations where you can drop off meds to be disposed of correctly.
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MHMR Tarrant Apr 22
Today is and it is also a time to unplug and destress with a hike or getting your hands dirty -
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