AMMO Chief's Charity Golf Tournament -
Was held Friday, June 9,
2017 at the Hurlburt Field Gator Lakes golf course.
to the generous support of the Ammo Chief's,
MHA received a check for $1426.01 which will
help insure services at the MHA remain free of
charge to those in need.
The Friends of
MHA Gala -
Friends of MHA Gala
Graciously Hosted at the Home
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Watts
107 Poquito Rd., Shalimar, FL
Thursday Evening, October 26, 2017
6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Sponsored by ResortQuest by Wyndham Vacation
Cocktails and Hors D’oeuvres
$90 per person/$170 per couple
Attire: Business Casual
RSVP 244-1040 by Friday, October 12, 2017
Serving Children, Families, and Veterans with
Mental Health Needs
Sponsored in part by Chesser & Barr Attorneys at
Law & COX
Veteran Stand Down
will be held on Friday, November 3, 2017 at the Striving 4
Perfection Church on Bass Ave. We have
begun accepting Donation to help make this a
successful event. See a list of need items
Okaloosa-Walton Homeless Veteran Stand
Down Connecting Veterans to Community Resources
Friday November 3, 2017
Decks of Cards
Hats, knitted caps
Plastic Rain Ponchos
Snack Cracker pkgs.
Pocket T-Shirts (new - sizes XL, 2X only)
Drop off Point or Mail to: MHA, 571
Mooney Rd, FWB, 32547 - By Sept 15, 2017
PLEASE DONATE NOW!
to fill 300
Veteran's Personal care bags
No time to shop? MHA can do it for you by
sending a check or donating on-line (www.mhaow.org)
through PayPal. Questions call: (850)
Christmas "PROJECT CHEER" -
runs from December 1st
thru December 31st
Chattahoochee Florida State
Hospital XMAS party will be held on December 1st.
Sit with 2 Santa's; large sheets cakes, trays of
cookies, oranges, presents and personal care
bags for 400 were handed out. Music and dancing.
Everyone has a wonderful time. Presents, cake, cookies,
oranges and personal Care bags are also prepared
and given out to the Bridgeway , West Florida
Community Care Center and COPE center, and
homeless Christmas party in our counties,
Think of all
people in need who suffer with, and are affected
by, mental illness.
Invisible and forgotten, seven hundred
children, adults, and veterans spend the
holidays in group homes, hospitals, and sadly,
on our streets.
Christmas Project Cheer
hope, treatment services, and the dream of
Christmas to each of them – and
you can help.
With your support,
Project Cheer purchases new winter shirts,
personal hygiene items, and medications for our
area residents suffering from psychiatric
too often, it is
the only Christmas gift they will
essential, to help a brain injured veteran,
assist an adult with disabilities, or provide a
thoughtful remembrance to a hospitalized teen.
No matter the amount of your donation,
whether your gift is $25 or $525, you can bring
to those who need hope most of all.
You, and only you, can make a life changing