AMHC News

AMHC Stands with Black Lives Matter

In the midst of a public health and social crisis, AMHC reaffirms our respect for mankind. Nearly 250 years after “all men are created equal” was first penned in the Declaration of Independence, we are still working to create a society that embraces those words. During these difficult days, AMHC joins others across the country and around the world to acknowledge those who are oppressed, discriminated against, treated unjustly, treated inhumanely, abused psychologically and/or physically, and worse. We do not tolerate racism. We share in the responsibility to end discrimination and the negative effects of stigma in all forms.

AMHC’s core values include integrity and respect. We believe in treating everyone consistently by the same set of sound, moral, and ethical principles and hold in high regard every individual’s rights, responsibilities, and abilities.  We believe that having compassion for all and seeking to fully understand one another is an important step in improving the well-being of our society, and to inspire the hope and healing we desperately need right now.

AMHC Raises Awareness on Suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month September is designated as National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and …

International Overdose Awareness Day

WHEREAS, started in 2001 and recognized annually on August 31, International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event to …

AMHC Sexual Assault Services to Host Virtual Book Club for Survivors and Learners

AMHC Sexual Assault Services is pleased to host a virtual book club for individuals to learn, heal and grow whether they …