Watch the latest episode of our TV show Mental Health Matters
(Building Recovery of Individual Dreams and Goals through Education and Support)
Renew hope & build a foundation for creating & maintaining a healthy & happy life.
United Self Help is offering a 10-week educational course for mental health consumers.
Detailed information on:
- mental illness
- mental health treatment
- self-help skills
- support resources
- and the philosophy of recovery
Take an active role in your treatment and recovery.
Enjoy light refreshments and Graduation Luncheon Celebration at end of course.
Attend on-going support groups to strengthen coping skills & learn how to best deal with realities.
**Office of Hawaiian Affairs has provided a grant for those of Hawaiian ancestry to attend.**
All ethnicities are welcome!
Classes are at Mental Health Kokua
1221 Kapiolani Blvd, Room 345 , (Kapiolani and Pensacola-where Pancake House is )
Tuesdays, 3-5pm in the Conference Room
Limited Seats – call (808) 947-5558
Watch our TV show Mental Health Matters
BRIDGES Education classes begin January 6, 2015 at Mental Health Kokua, 1221 Kapiolani Blvd. Suite 325
Mental health & treatments, Self-help skills, Support resources, philosophy of recovery
Enjoy light refreshments & a Graduation Luncheon celebration upon completion of program! Attend support groups to strengthen coping skills & learn how to best deal with life challenges.
Every Tuesday 3:30pm -5:30pm.
Just stop in or Call 947-5558 more information
Our TV show Mental Health Matters: Affordable Care Act is scheduled to air on Thursday, Aug 07, at 08:30am on OLELO54.
We have a free discount card for people who have no insurance for their medication, and we have thousands of them. Pass them out. They are good at LONGS and other drug stores, (Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Costco, Safeway and others) And the company will give us a small amount every time a card is used. Pass them out and help others who don’t have medical insurance. Call us at 561-1837 if you want plenty to distribute. If you are a Bridges Grad and in a support group, we can pay a little for distribution. This is a fabulous card, people can keep it after they pick up their meds and use it again and they can save up to 50% on their meds, if they don’t have insurance.
For more information see unitedselfhelpfreedrugcard.org