The Mental Health Association of San Francisco (MHA-SF) is a non-profit citizen's organization dedicated to improving the mental health of residents in the diverse communities of San Francisco through advocacy, education, research and service.  In all its programs, MHA-SF works together with people and families challenged by mental illness and with the agencies that serve them to promote prevention, access to services, leadership, and independence.

Please explore the links on the left to find out more information about our programs, upcoming events and how to support our unique mission.

60th Anniversary Slide Show

Online registration is now open for MHA-SF’s 2008 Annual Awards Fundraiser on Wednesday, May 14 with Academy Award winning actress and best-selling author Patty Duke as keynote speaker.

New MHA-SF Job Announcement: ICHC Mental Health Advocate (PDF)

MHA-SF launches the Institute on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering (ICHC), including the ICHC Training Institute!

School counselor Jason Bradeen hosts 24-hour bike ride on December 1st to raise funds for MHA-SF!

Thank you to all of the sponsors for supporting our successful 2007 Conference on Compulsive Hoarding and Cluttering on October 18, 2007! Click here to purchase DVDs and resource booklets for the conference.

Watch "Recovery, Prevention and Hope", a 10 minute movie about MHA-SF!

View an interview of Executive Director Belinda Lyons from Comcast Local Edition.

Click here to read our latest annual report.

The Mental Health Association of San Francisco is an affiliate of Mental Health America (http://www.mentalhealthamerica.net/) and the Mental Health Association of California (http://www.mhac.org/).

Click here for more information!


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