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Mental Health America of Tippecanoe County

“Without mental health there can be no true physical health.”

— Dr. Brock Crisholm, the first Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO)

Join us in shining a light on mental health and helping to transform care by participating, volunteering, donating, advocating, attending an event and staying informed.

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914 South Street, Lafayette, IN 47901
Phone 765.742.1800
Fax 765.742.2085


  • Mental Health First Aid: May 5th & 7th




    ​Lilly Room - MHA Community Building

    914 South St. Lafayette, IN 47901

    ​Two 4-hour sessions

    Tuesday, May 5th & Thursday, May 7th, 2015

    12:30 PM to 4:30 PM

    ​An 8-hour interactive training course for adults. The course:

    • ​Presents an overview of mental health illness and substance abuse disorders
    • Introduces the risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems
    • Builds understanding of the impact of mental health illnesses
    • Teaches a five-step action plan to help an individual in crisis

  • A Toast to Mental Health




    Trails Banquet Facility
    325 Burnett Road
    West Lafayette, IN 47906

    Lafayette Daybreack Rotary Club, in collaboration with Mental Health America of Tippecanoe County and the National Alliance on Mental Illness -- West Central Indiana (NAMI), is proud to offer its 8th annual:

    A Toast to Mental Health

    Live and Silent Auction Fundraiser

  • Brown Bag: The Role of the Pharmacist in the Treatment Team



    ​Lilly Room - MHA Community Building

    914 South St. Lafayette, IN 47901

    The Role of the Pharmacist in the Treatment Team

    Gabriela Dimitrievski, PharmD., BCPS

    PGY-2 Psychiatric Pharmacy Resident

    Purdue University/Eskenazi Health

What's New

  • MHA confirms homeless shelter closure date


    Author: Mikel Livingston

    Clients and other homeless support agencies have waited the better part of a year, watching to see when the closure date would be solidified and discussing how the pending closure of the city's only day shelter would impact their programs. The change means a longer trek between homeless clients who move on foot between the day and night shelters. That's problematic for elderly clients or those with physical disabilities that now must walk about one mile up-hill to reach transitional housing. (continued...)

  • The Science of Why You Should Spend Your Money on Experiences, Not Things


    Author: Jay Cassano

    ​You don't have infinite money. Spend it on stuff that research says makes you happy.

    There's a very logical assumption that most people make when spending their money: that because a physical object will last longer, it will make us happier for a longer time than a one-off experience like a concert or vacation. According to recent research, it turns out that assumption is completely wrong.(cont...)