Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) has seen people from all walks of life increasing their desire to learn how to support the mental health of their families, friends and, most importantly, themselves. Mental health stigma cannot thrive in an environment of understanding. Our events promote education, awareness, and conversation about mental wellness. These events help reduce stigma, dispel myths, and increase acceptance of people impacted by mental health challenges. Your sponsorship supports this crucial work. Thank you for being a catalyst for building a community that values and supports mental health.

2024 Sponsorship Opportunities

MENTAL WELLNESS WORKS: On October 1st, 2024, MHANI welcomes Carlos Whittaker to take the stage at our annual Mental Wellness Works conference. Carlos Whittaker is an award-winning speaker, author, and internet personality who focuses on creating connection and mental health support. Click on the picture to learn more!

ART OF HOPE: Our annual exhibit joining the arts and mental health to raise awareness and inspire hope. This event encourages candid conversations around mental health while highlighting the works of local artists from across Northeast Indiana. Click on the picture to learn more!

Your Support Also Makes These Programs Possible

Training & Education

MHANI works towards increasing mental health knowledge in the community so that individuals facing mental health challenges are better understood. We offer a variety of trainings related to understanding mental health, workplace wellness, and suicide prevention. Customized trainings are also available.

Peer Support

Trained peer support specialists who have personally experienced mental health conditions or substance use work alongside community members who are still working to get better. Services include recovery classes, one-on-one mentoring, and support groups.


MHANI’s professional guardians provide advocacy on behalf of individuals with disabilities, mental illnesses, dementia, and brain injuries who are unable to advocate for themselves. Services are available in Allen, Adams, DeKalb, Noble, Huntington, Steuben, Wabash, Wells, and Whitley counties.