Addressing the Youth Mental Health Crisis

December 30, 2021

MHALA’s President and CEO Dr. Christina Miller and Catrina Flores, Senior Clinical Director and Director of TAY Services in Long Beach, wrote about youth mental health for the Black Health in America supplement running in the Dec. 30 edition of the LA Times. Last year, as the pandemic was at its peak, Michelle Obama disclosed…

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6lack Partners With MHALA & BetterHelp for World Mental Health Day

October 11, 2021

In conjunction with World Mental Health Day on Sunday, 6lack released a PSA to announce his partnership with local organization Mental Health America of Los Angeles and global therapy service BetterHelp. The Grammy-nominated singer-rapper hopes to utilize his platform and personal experiences to further inform BIPOC communities about mental health resources, as well as advocate…

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MHALA CEO Talks Mental Health Across Generations

September 20, 2021

MHALA President and CEO Dr. Christina Miller was a guest in the weekly web series Nonprofit Report, joining host Mark Oppenheim to discuss mental health across generations.

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Dr. Christina Miller Talks Mental Health, Work/Life Balance in Executive Wellness Panel

May 24, 2021

Dr. Christina Miller, President and CEO of Mental Health America of Los Angeles, was one of the featured panelists joining the Los Angeles Business Journal’s Executive Wellness event on Wednesday, May 19th, discussing the importance of taking care of one’s mental health amid a worldwide pandemic and other challenges. “The social support we get from…

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MHALA’s Voices for Justice

April 20, 2021

On this momentous day when justice was served in the George Floyd trial, after so many times when it was not, MHALA doubles down in our efforts to bring equity and justice to all people. Violence, racism and injustice damage the mental health of all of our communities. The following messages were written by our MHALA…

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With Third Wave Market, Entrepreneur and MHALA Board Member Charles Lew Explores Diet’s Connection to Mental Health

April 9, 2021

After meeting Dr. Christina Miller of Mental Health America of Los Angeles, Charles Lew was instantly captivated by her unwavering passion for the mental health community. But it was how MHALA had managed to curate an informative conversation around mental health from both a clinical and a non-clinical approach that impressed Lew the most. Continue…

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Dear AAPI Community

March 26, 2021

March marked the one-year anniversary of the start of the pandemic. Since it began, we have seen increasing violence and hatred aimed at our Asian American and Pacific Islander neighbors. MHALA stands in solidarity with our AAPI community and all our communities. We oppose racism, discrimination, and hatred in any form against any and all…

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Award-Winning Cookies Support Mental Health, Job Training

December 25, 2020

The Village Cookie Shoppe is one of Mental Health America of Los Angeles’ social enterprises and part of the organization’s Employment Program. Proceeds from each purchase from The Village Cookie Shoppe and its catering arm benefit MHALA and its integrated suite of services, designed to ensure that individuals with mental health needs achieve healthy, meaningful…

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Lessons in Mental Health, Service Delivery, and Social Justice

November 15, 2020

The hurdles brought on by a worldwide pandemic, coupled with months of social unrest, have become unexpected learning opportunities for Mental Health America of Los Angeles. “For nearly 100 years, MHALA has worked at the intersection of health and social justice,” explains Dr. Christina Miller, MHALA President and CEO. “Now, more than ever, our mission…

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Long Beach Veterans Living in Poverty at Higher Rate Than County, State Average

November 5, 2020

While Long Beach veterans are more likely to be high school graduates and less likely to be unemployed, they are living in poverty at a higher rate when compared to veterans in the rest of Los Angeles County. Continue reading in the Signal Tribune — will open in a new tab.

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