For more information about Mental Health Services in Montgomery, AL, contact a Licensed Professional Counselor or Therapist - Montgomery Mental Wellness.
Montgomery, Alabama is the capital of the State of Alabama, and is the county seat of Montgomery County. It is the second-largest city in Alabama, and the 103rd largest in the United States.
Montgomery and surrounding communities are fortunate to have several local organizations that provide free or low cost mental health care and educational support for its citizens.
Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority
The Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority is a public, non-profit corporation that provides a continuum of mental health services for persons with mental illness in a four county area in central Alabama, which includes Montgomery County, Autauga County, Elmore County and Lowndes County.
To provide quality mental health services within our service area, to the extent that resources will allow, with the assurance that these services will be provided in a manner that respects individual dignity, promotes recovery, and enhances consumer, family, and provider input.
The Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority is certified by the Alabama Department of Mental Health.
Mental Health Association of Montgomery County
The Mental Health Association of Montgomery County (MHA) mission statement:
To promote mental wellness and support those with mental illness by sponsoring and implementing education, advocacy and community service programs.
MHA has served Montgomery, Alabama and Montgomery County residents since 1957. MHA manages direct service programs for children, teens, families, senior adults and individuals with long-term mental illness.
Montgomery Area Community Wellness Coalition
The Montgomery Area Community Wellness Coalition exists to serve uninsured or under-insured citizens of central Alabama’s River Region. They conduct and promote activities that improve health and wellness through coordination, information, disease prevention, and case management, including people who are diagnosed with (or at risk of) mental illness.
To increase access to health care and the appropriate use of health care facilities.
If you or someone you know in Montgomery, Alabama is in need of Mental Health Services and counseling, please contact one of these organizations or a Private Mental Health Practitioner today.
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