The Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association (PMHCA) is a statewide member organization providing information, referrals and supports to people who are receiving services or in recovery from a mental illness in Pennsylvania.
PMHCA also advocates on issues directly related to mental health recovery and services in Pennsylvania both for individuals and system-wide.
PMHCA promotes and supports recovery through advocacy and education with the goal of eliminating stigma and discrimination around mental health issues. PMHCA also offers referrals to resources and agencies that can further help you with your needs.
In this section you will find out more about PMHCA, the supports we provide and what help is available locally and statewide.
Executive Director’s Annual Meeting Report
The fiscal year of 2014-2015 is summarized in the Annual Report presented at the PMHCA Annual Meeting on June 19, 2015 by Lynn Keltz, Executive Director.
Accomplishments in 2013
PMHCA is proud to report accomplishments in 2013.
Learn More About PMHCA
To learn more about the Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association visit:
- PMHCA Projects including:
- PMHCA Training and Technical Assistance including:
- Vision Newsletter
- Annual Report
- 990 Returns
- Annual Conference
PMHCA is a statewide membership organization representative of the individual and collective expression of people who have recovered or are recovering from mental illness.
Our purpose is to promote and support recovery through advocacy and education to eliminate stigma and discrimination.
Recovery Unlimited: Rising Above Challenges
The 24th Annual Pennsylvania Statewide Consumer Conference, Recovery Unlimited: Rising Above Challenges, was held in Harrisburg on June 5-7, 2012. To learn more about the conference, our speakers and to meet our sponsors, please visit the conference page on this site.