Mental Health Association of South Mississippi

Mental Health During the Holidays

The holidays are a time to enjoy family, friends, and food but many people deal with seasonal depression, stress, anxiety and other mental health issues. To help cope with mental health issues during the holidays-- Kay Daneault-- Executive Director of…

New resource center opens in D’Iberville

The Mental Health Association of South Mississippi has a new partnership with Big Ridge Baptist Church in D’Iberville, bringing more mental health awareness to homeless and low-income families who need help. The Pathway Resource Center at Big…

Raising awareness and money for mental health care

No matter what type of job you have, no worker is immune to the far-reaching and added stress of COVID-19 concerns and mandates. The work place can be stressful during normal times, but add the pressures during these days of…

Mental Health First Aid Class

The Mental Health Association of South Mississippi is offering a new first aid class next year. The class is all about mental health. On January 10th, you can learn to spot the signs of different mental illnesses, how to approach…

Fight continues to keep mental health services

As the Mental Health Association of South Mississippi continues to fight to keep vital services available to the Coast, last month’s ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ fundraiser helped in the efforts tremendously. According to Executive Director Kay Daneault, an anonymous donor…

Mental health care services in question in Harrison County

Hundreds of people across the Coast will soon be losing community mental health services. Kay Daneault with Mental Health Association of South Mississippi said, “I hope that people will not panic because we have already had a few phone calls…

Don’t Worry, Be Happy fundraiser

For eleven years, the Mental Health Association of South Mississippi has put on their ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ fundraiser event. This event raises awareness and money towards the importance of taking care of your mental health. The fundraiser was filled…

Don’t Worry, Be Happy

Because every little thing is gonna be all right. That is the motto at tonight’s ‘Don’t Worry, Be Happy’ event at the Biloxi Civic Center. Tonight marks the tenth anniversary of the event which benefits the Mental Health Association of…