Older Adults Vibrant Minds
While common experiences in later life can raise the risk for mental health problems, we should never think nor accept the myth that mental health problems are a “normal” part of aging. They are not.
In 2001, the Mental Health Association of Maryland established its Older Adult Program to address the need for widespread education and advocacy regarding mental wellness and the aging process. For the past two decades, we have built partnerships, resources, and important initiatives to improve the landscape of mental health for older Marylanders.
Click here to download our Mental Health in Later Life Guidebook.