MHCC News

Starry Night: Light of Hope Photo Gallery

Mental Illness: Roads to Recovery

A FREE interactive panel discussion for the public. Professionals, caregivers, and those living with mental illness will share their experiences.

Donation Means Mental Health Centers Clients Get an Extra ‘Lift’

Participating in social and public events is an important aspect in helping people who are dealing with a variety of mental health issues achieve and stay on their road to recovery. Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation (SMH) recently assisted the Mental Health Community Centers (MHCC) in their mission with a $30,000 donation toward the purchase of Read More >

Photo Gallery: High Hopes Breakfast 2016

AUDIO: MHCC featured on WSRQ Talk Radio

All about the Mental Health Community Centers (MHCC) on WSRQ Talk Radio.

Emma Beth McGinty, Phd of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School Asst. Professor to speak at High Hopes Breakfast

SARASOTA: Emma “Beth” McGinty; Assistant Professor, Department of Health Policy and Management, and Co-Deputy Director, Center for Mental Health and Addiction Policy Research at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will address guests at High Hopes Breakfast on December 1st at Michael on East.Arranged by Mental Health Community Centers, Executive Director, Jeffrey Standring explains Read More >

Emma Beth McGinty, Phd of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

High Hopes Breakfast

Featuring National Speaker Emma Beth McGinty, whose work was featured in “Violence and Mental Illness: Is Media Overplaying Link” Emma Beth McGinty, Phd of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health will be this years guest speaker at the MHCC’s High Hopes Breakfast on Dec. 1 at Micheale’s On East. Sarasota. McGinty will be discussing Read More >

Rite Technologies names MHCC ‘Non-Profit Organization of the Year’

Mental Health Community Centers (MHCC) was honored by Rite Technologies  as “Non-Profit Organization of the Year.” Rite Technologies presented a check for $2,500 for the services MHCC provides to individuals in the community. MHCC offers vital psycho-social and recovery activities at drop-in centers in Sarasota, Venice, North Port and Arcadia for individuals diagnosed with mental Read More >

VIDEO: ‘We’re not that different. We have hopes, dreams, friendships, loves, just like everybody else.’

Without Prospect House, it’s staff and its programs, you probably wouldn’t know Brian Green. The 51-year-old would likely be another nameless, faceless sufferer of mental illness in Sarasota County. “When I came through the front door, I was very isolated, I was very ‘Doom and Gloom’ and ‘Poor me, oh, I got this diagnosis’ and Read More >

VIDEO: ‘Mental illness sounds like a label but it really is not, it’s much more than that’

Deidra Leone knows what it’s like to be really lonely. For years, the 49-year-old felt isolated with her mental wellness condition. But all that changed two years ago when she walked into Prospect House in Sarasota. The close-knit atmosphere between the clients and staff, along with the programs offered by MHCC, helped her open up Read More >

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