We are excited to announce that MHA’s proposal was chosen by the Kansas Department of Children and Families Vocational Rehabilitation Division to provide employment services for persons with disabilities under the End-Dependence Kansas initiative. The goal of the project is to increase competitive, integrated employment; reduce reliance on public benefit systems, and develop effective support systems for participants. Utilizing research based employment practices, MHA’s initiative is expected to serve 210 individuals with a behavioral health disorder over the course of the 5 year grant period.
The Mission of the Mental Health Association of South Central Kansas is to empower and assist youth, families and adults in our community to achieve optimal mental health and wellness through education, advocacy, and services.
MHA's Vision is achievement of a just, humane, and healthy community where all people are treated with respect and dignity, and where they have the opportunity to achieve their full potential, free from stigma and prejudice.