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A variety of services for mental health, IDD, alcohol and drug addictions, and Alzheimer’s disease and other Dementia are available across the state. To find the nearest DMH Certified Service Providers in your area, use the search form below and enter your county. Please contact the certified provider directly regarding availability of services.

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BATTLING THE OPIOID CRISIS JULY 12-13, 2018 BROADMOOR BAPTIST CHURCH 1531 HIGHLAND COLONY PARKWAY, MADISON, MS CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TODAY.  Education. Training. Collaboration. Saving Lives. These are the goals of the 2018 Mississippi Opioid and Heroin Summit – an opportunity for all of ...

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Below are two recent documents the Department of Mental Health has developed to provide an overview of Mississippi's Public Mental Health System and the efforts made by the department in its expansion of community-based services and the transformation to a person-centered and recovery-oriented system of care.  

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The Department of Mental Health and a number of Community Mental Health Centers are working together to offer Youth Mental Health First Aid training to educators from throughout the state. If you are an educator, do you know to recognize the signs of mental illness in a young person? Would you know how to respond if you did? What if there ...

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The Mississippi Suicide Prevention Plan Workgroup was formed in April 2016 to finalize the statea��s efforts in developing a formal plan to help combat a public health issue that affects people of all ages, races, and gender a�� suicide.

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In recognition of May as Mental Health Month, DMH is announcing a partnership with the Mississippi State Department of Health, NAMI Mississippi, the Mental Health Association of South Mississippi, and the Mississippi Public Health Institute. This partnership is launching an expanded public awareness campaign titled ai???Think Again," a ...

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Welcome to the Mississippi Department of Mental Health

The Mississippi Department of Mental Health is committed to developing and maintaining a comprehensive, statewide system of prevention, service, and support options for adults and children with mental illness or emotional disturbance, alcohol/drug problems, and/or intellectual or developmental disabilities, as well as adults with Alzheimer’s disease and other dementia.

The mental health service delivery system is comprised of three major components: 1) state-operated programs and community service programs, 2) regional community mental health centers, 3) and other nonprofit/profit service agencies/organizations.

DMH supports the philosophy of making available a comprehensive system of services and supports so that individuals and their families have access to the least restrictive and appropriate level of services and supports that will meet their needs. Our system is person-centered and is built on the strengths of individuals and their families while meeting their needs for special services. DMH strives to provide a network of services and supports for persons in need and the opportunity to access appropriate services according to their individual needs/strengths. Underlying these efforts is the belief that all components of the system should be person-driven, family-centered, community-based, results and recovery/resiliency oriented.

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