Helping You Find Help


Life is full of challenges. Sometimes we all need a little help. Sometimes finding the help you need is the biggest challenge of all.

The Mental Health Association in NC, Cape Fear Chapter is dedicated to promoting mental health, preventing mental disorders and eliminating discrimination against people with mental disorders.


To help fulfill this mission, we have created this web site as a place for you to find local providers of mental health care services, community resources and mental health information.

Mental Health Services Provider Database

It is sometimes difficult to figure out where to go for help. A growing list of mental health service providers has been collected on this site and presented in a searchable database, making it easier for you to find the mental health professional to best suits your needs. more >>

Mental Health Library

Browse this archive of various publications to learn more about common mental health issue that may be affecting you or someone you know more >>

Links and Resources

There are other resources available online and throughout the community that may assist you in your quest for good mental health. This is a listing of some helpful resources both online and in our local community. more >>

We Need Your Help!

This Web site and MHA-NC, Cape Fear Chapter rely primarily on donations. We need your support. learn more >>

Postpartum Depression (PPD): It is real. It is scary. It can be treated. These are the most important things to know about Postpartum Depression. While some of the types, symptoms and treatments may vary among practitioners, the hold that PPD can take on a woman is rarely doubted. She needs support, treatment read more

Finding the Right Care: If you or someone you know may benefit from mental health services, here are some questions and guidelines to help you find the right care. read more

Treating Mental Illness Makes Sense: The cost of untreated mental illness far surpasses the price of treatment Untreated mental illness effects more than the individual or their family. It costs the entire community. The toll mental illness takes each year in loss of life, and pain and suffering of families is only part of the story. read more

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