Welcome to AAMHC
Austin Area Mental Health Consumers, Inc. (AAMHC) is one of the largest consumer operated service centers in
Texas; serving approximately 1000 members.
The SHAC supports consumers in becoming independent members of society and encourages them to act on their
own behalf. We help them in their efforts to become self-reliant and thus regain control of their own lives.
These services reflect the eight core values of Austin Area Mental Health Consumers, Inc.; empowerment and
self-determination, promoting recovery, consumer-control, education emphasis, peer support, advocacy, inclusiveness
and diversity, and collaboration.
People living with mental illness in our community go without having peer support, job readiness skills, and a safe place to go to receive services in order to help cope with their mental illness. There are a variety of factors including low wages, job loss, injuries, illness, age, domestic violence, or divorce that could keep someone from receiving the services they need. While all of us are susceptible to hard times, people with a mental illness make up the members that we serve.
With the generous support of people like you, we will be able to help more people not only get the services they need, but also to work toward a brighter future with programs in job training, education, counseling, and peer support.
AAMHC Monthly Calendar
"Healthy Minds" Newsletter
Mental Health Articles By: Stanley Popovich
Stan Popovich is the author of "A Layman's Guide to Managing Fear Using Psychology, Christianity and Non Resistant Methods" - an easy to read book that presents a general overview of techniques that are effective in managing persistent fears and anxieties. For additional information go to: http://www.managingfear.com/
Managing Your Persistant Fears, Anxiety, And Stresses
A Review Of Techniques In Managing Depression
Managing The Fear And Anxiety Of The Unknown
Never Lose Hope In Dealing With Your Fears And Anxieties
When Someone You Know Struggles With Fear, Anxiety And Stress
To empower and promote self-esteem; Act as a resource for information and services; Partner with
community organizations through S.H.A.R.E. (Support, Hope, Advocacy, Responsibility, Education)
That our membership will develop relationships with the community and the community will utilize our
organization as a respectable resource for mental health information and education.
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