Mission & Vision

Our mission is partnering to create a responsive, compassionate community and to eliminate suicide through education, advocacy, and support. Together, we envision a community free of the stigma associated with suicide and mental illness that is supportive of all those affected by suicide.
Behind all of our work lie our core values:
  • No Shame
  • Accountability
  • Affirming Worth & Dignity
  • Compassionate Support
  • Early Prevention
  • Engaging Partners
  • Inspiring Hope

We Are Dedicated to Educating Our Community
on the Prevalence of Suicide.

This includes understanding risk factors, creating awareness that removes the stigma of suicide, and leads to its elimination. In addition, we seek to support individuals and families impacted by suicide and direct them to the help needed to support their journey through grief and towards healing.

If You or Someone You Know is in Danger, Call!

National Suicide

Prevention Lifeline

800-273-TALK (8255)

Free Crisis Text Line 

Text Privately.

  Text  “MHA” to:

741-741

We Are Working Virtually.

We Are Open And
Serving our Community.

MHA is now offering all its services, programs and Mental Health Academy education & training throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you would like to discuss how to meet your educational goals in a virtual or socially distanced format, then please contact MHA at 717-397-7461 or email our office. We are open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on weekdays.

We encourage you to continue pursuing mental health education and training during the pandemic. The need has always been there and the number of people needing support has increased this past year. Let's break the stigma and open the mental health conversation together.