Outreach Works in Mental Health

Our Current Events

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Our symposiums cover a broad range of subjects, emotions and solutions. We help the community learn how to become healthy and whole!

AAMHC Outreach & Symposiums

Coming soon!

Black Families need Prostate Services, extra help

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Here's just another area where families need to push their doctors and medical providers for services they need to stay healthy and happy!

African-American Couples Have Unmet Needs when Family Affected by Prostate Cancer

Source: Moffitt Cancer Center
— Researchers at Moffitt Cancer Center have found that in African-American families where men are diagnosed with prostate cancer, they have unmet psychosocial needs that affect their survivorship, as well as family and social relationships.
The study, recently published in the Journal of Cancer Education, focused on better understanding the African-American male and family prostate cancer

Our Partner Agencies

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Our mental health professionals are eager to sit down with you, talk about whatever you need. We are all here to help, and we have many solutions to get you to the next level of your personal and emotional growth. Counseling resources are available through our partner agencies. Please come see us and let's figure out how to move forward together!

Mending Relationships? Pray

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Across Races, Couples That Pray Together Are Happier
Source: University of Virginia

 — The first major study to compare religion and relationship quality across America's major racial and ethnic groups finds that for all groups, shared religious activity – attending church together and especially praying together – is linked to higher levels of relationship quality.


African-Americans derive the most benefits from that connection because they are significantly more likely than whites or Latinos to pray together and attend church together, offsetting other socioeconomic factors tied to lower relationship quality – a finding dubbed the "African-American religion-marriage paradox," said W. Bradford Wilcox, a sociology professor 

Making your way FORWARD!

Breaking Depression

Some days are harder than others, it's just a fact of life. If you find that you're having some rough times, there are a few tricks to get you through the day. Fretting, worrying, can

Can we talk?

  Mental health professionals everywhere can attest to the power of talking, just opening up. For a change though, try this: Instead of always just opening up about the problem,

A Meditation that Makes Sense!

by   Desiderata   Go placidly amidst the noise and haste, and remember what peace there may be in silence. As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all

Don't sweat the small stuff!

The Oprah Effect?   Okay, so who doesn't love the Oprah? She made us think about things like well-being, many a stormy mid-afternoon, Oprah was there to help us through. Happines

Our Mental Health Hot Tips!

Racism impact on Mental Health

Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans’ Mental

Hypertension in Black Men

      Tough Medicine: Reducing Hype

Black Youth, Stress Risk

African-American Youth at Risk: Stress a Factor, but

Give and get a little smile

  As a mother and sister with family members who

Mental Health, Beat the Statistics

Mental Health and African Americans Poverty level

Our Partner Agencies

Our mental health professionals are eager to sit down

Health & Exercise Programs

 It's easy to miss how closely mental health is

Objectives & Goals

What we hope to do is become a venue of information a

Intervention Healthy Pregnancies

Program Aims to Cut Death Rate of Pregnant African-Am

EveryBODY Workout! Soul Food Cookoffs and more!

EveryBODY Workout! Soul Food Cookoffs and more! Our

Healthy Choices

As a mother and sister with family members who have m

Mending Relationships? Pray

Across Races, Couples That Pray Together Are HappierS

Racism impact on Mental Health

Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans’ Mental

Black Youth, Stress Risk

African-American Youth at Risk: Stress a Factor, but

EveryBODY Workout! Soul Food Cookoffs and more!

EveryBODY Workout! Soul Food Cookoffs and more! Our

CWRU Opens Dialogue, Blacks & Mental Health

CWRU Opens Dialogue on African-Americans and Mental Ill

Alcohol Ads, Youth & Mental Health

African-American Youth Exposed to More Magazine and T

Our Partner Agencies

Our mental health professionals are eager to sit down

Intervention Healthy Pregnancies

Program Aims to Cut Death Rate of Pregnant African-Am

Hypertension in Black Men

      Tough Medicine: Reducing Hype

Outreach & Resources

Hypertension in Black Men

      Tough Medicine: Reducing Hypertension in African American Men Released: 9/10/2012 12:00 PM ED

Racism impact on Mental Health

Perceived Racism May Impact Black Americans’ Mental HealthSource: American Psychological Association (APA) - Ps

CWRU Opens Dialogue, Blacks & Mental Health

CWRU Opens Dialogue on African-Americans and Mental IllnessSource: Case Western Reserve University  — Today, Cas

Alcohol Ads, Youth & Mental Health

African-American Youth Exposed to More Magazine and Television Alcohol Advertising Than Youth in GeneralReleased: 9/27

Healing through Knowledge

Often, our Higher Power allows things to occur in our lives for us to grow, to get through the hard times, so we can reach back and help someone else that is now going through the same things! Isn't your Creator great? It's all a big circle, and we want to show you how to change

About us

AAMHC is an award winning nonprofit grassroots effort to reach the disenfranchised community with mental health services. We can help you and your family find vital services to be healthy & happy. Give us a call today!