Welcome to PMHCA
Who We Are
PMHCA is a state-wide member organization dedicated to the support of all people who seek aid for recovery from a mental illness at any stage in their journey.
PMHCA provides resources, referrals, and support to those receiving services or in recovery from a mental illness.
PMHCA provides and refers training to individuals in such areas as Mental Health Advanced Directives, Peer Support, LGBTQI+ Issues, and other training. PMHCA also assists newly formed consumer coalitions to get started.
Through the Glenn Koons Community Peer Specialist Scholarship, PMHCA is helping individuals become peer supports in their community.
Help build a stronger road to recovery, free from stigma and discrimination.
Become A Member!
Connection: You are connected to a larger group banded together to produce positive results for mental health recovery and advocacy.
Public Policy / Advocacy: You can offer contribution to the strong advocacy programs centered on assuring that voices are being heard. You can keep track of mental health issues under consideration by the State Legislature through our emails and our quarterly newsletter, VISION.
Free Informational Services: The association keeps members in touch with each other and current issues through the association’s web site and email updates of emerging policy and legislative issues relevant to mental health, action alerts, notices of upcoming training, conferences, and recovery employment opportunities in Pennsylvania and associated areas.
Members Only Benefits: Discounts on our events and a special members only area of the website available to those with membership plans.
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Glenn Koons CPS Scholarship Opportunity
The Glenn Koons Scholarship Fund was established to help individuals in mental health recovery with costs associated with Certified Peer Specialist training.
Glenn was a Certified Peer Specialist at Wernersville State Hospital and prior to that served as Southeast Region Community Support Program Coordinator for the Mental Health Association of Southeastern Pennsylvania. Glenn brought hope and smiles to everyone around him regardless of where he was.
The scholarship is awarded annually to individuals who exemplify what Glenn stood for. The ability to engage others, the willingness to share life experiences in recovery, provide leadership and guidance, and pass on these skills to others.
If you are interested in applying for this scholarship opportunity please contact email@example.com to request an application.
The completed application along with two letters of reference were due no later than June 11, 2021.
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