We serve clients of all income levels and are one of only two community agencies that can provide quality mental health care to individuals with no health insurance or other financial resources.
We need your help.
Mental Health Associates of the Triad is a daily provider of services for many clients from Guilford, as well as Davidson County. Our professionally trained staff provides clients with support for their psychiatric symptoms and prepares them for their re-entry into the community as successful citizens, including employment.
The state of North Carolina has cut fees for some of our vital services and created a system that has placed barriers to those with mental illness seeking adequate care. Help for many is now in jeopardy. The care that we provide for clients each day will not be available without funding from individual caring citizens of the community. We need your help to continue. Your contribution is critical for our continued success.
From a client.
I was born in South Carolina. I went to Adamsville High School. I moved from South Carolina and moved to High Point, NC in 1965 and had a child at the age of 13. I went to school through the 11th grade. My mother died in 1965. I didn’t know what to do. I was sick all the time. I went to the doctor and was told I was schizophrenic. I was sad. So I came to Destiny House and it helped me. I was sad and wouldn’t talk to anybody. After I started to talk to people, I was not shameful any more. I started helping around Destiny House. I knew it was the place for me. I love Destiny House. I love the staff. They are real sweet. I love the people around me. They seem like a family to me. . . . .