Most people with mental illness aren't in institutions. They live next door.


MHA-Triad is:
 

A Volunteer nonprofit organization dedicated to developing programs that address many of the mental health needs of the citizens of Guilford County
 
A Service provider that works to assure the  mentally ill who live in our community have accessible and appropriate mental health services.

A Promoter of mental wellness through prevention, education, advocacy, development of support groups, and fostering the appropriate treatment and resources for those suffering from mental illness and their families.

A Catalyst for improving diagnosis, care and treatment for adults with mental illness and reducing the stigma of mental illness.



The 10th Annual Yellow Bandana Event

Click here to purchase tickets. $50 per person.
or
Call for reservations  (336) 822-2822

August 18, 2018

Centennial Station
121 S. Centennial St.
High Point, NC

Doors open at 5:30
Cocktails at 6:00
Dinner at 6:30

Meat in the smoker, all the fixins,

drinks on ice, door prizes, raffle, auction… and fun!

Live Entertainment!

50/50 Raffle
Click here to purchase raffle tickets

1 Ticket  $10          3 Tickets $25           6 Tickets $50

50/50 Raffle drawing will be held. The winning ticket holder wins 50% of the raffle pot and MHA of the Triad wins 50%. You do not have to be present to win! All online raffle ticket purchases will be distributed PRIOR to the August 18 event. Please call Valerie at 336-822-2822 to make arrangements to obtain your tickets prior to August 18.

Sponsors
Mental Health Associates of the Triad is a non-profit organization, and the tax-deductible contributions of its donors is a necessary component of its income. We serve those in need from all areas of Guilford County and parts of Davidson and Randolph counties.

Each summer, Mental Health Associates of the Triad sponsors the Yellow Bandana event. This fundraiser provides a time for all to come together in support of the efforts of the MHA-Triad, and in support of all whose lives have been affected by those struggling with mental health challenges. 

Sponsors and donors of the Yellow Bandana event make this all possible.

 

To Mental Health Associates
of the
Triad

 

 


Directions to Main Office in High Point Office:
From Interstate 85, south of High Point: Take Highway 311 exit and head north on 311 into High Point (311 is also Main Street). After crossing under Business Highway 85, go to 3rd stoplight and turn left onto Market Center Drive. Go to 1st stoplight and turn right onto Surrett Drive. At next stoplight, cross Elm Street and bear left on to Mill Avenue. The Mental Health Associates of the Triad building is immediately on the right at 910 Mill Avenue. Prime parking is in the rear lot. 

From Business Interstate 85:  In High Point, take Surrett Drive exit. At end of either north or south ramp, turn left onto Surrett. Cross Market Center Drive (1st stoplight). At next stoplight, cross Elm Street and bear left on to Mill Avenue. The Mental Health Associates building is immediately on the right at 910 Mill Avenue. Prime parking is in rear lot.

From Interstate 40: Take exit #196, US Hwy 311 South. 311 South bypasses High Point downtown. Take Business I-85 South exit to Surrett Drive. Continue as described above in "From business I-85."

Directions to Greensboro Outpatient Services Office:
From Eugene St:
Go to West Market St. Turn right onto W. Market St. Go to 2nd street on the right and turn right onto Elm St., Cross Washington St. The Guilford Building at 301 S. Elm St. is immediately on the left, on the corner of Elm and Washington. Park along the street.

From South Greene St.: Go down to traffic circle, turn right onto circle, take 3rd right onto McGee St. At next street, turn left onto Elm St. The Guilford Building at 301 S. Elm St. is on the right, on the corner of Elm and Washington. Park along the street.

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