All Healers Mental Health Alliance

Welcome to
All Healers Mental Health Alliance

About Us

Our History

Formed immediately after Hurricane Katrina in 2005, our late co-founder and President Emeritus, the late Phyllis Harrison-Ross M.D., situated the All Healers Mental Health Alliance under the umbrella of the United Social Services of the New York Society for Ethical Culture in New York City. In January, 2018, AHMHA became an independent organization.


Description

Psychiatrists, health professionals, community advocates and faith leaders from across the nation came together immediately after Hurricane Katrina in 2005.


Group decided to facilitate long-term, culturally competent responses to the mental health needs of survivors of disasters and their caregivers.


Representatives of ten or more organizations representing over 3,000 members have met by conference call on a weekly or biweekly since 2005.

What We Do

Establish a local and national network of culturally competent mental health professionals and allied associates.


Facilitate, screen, identify, refer, monitor connectedness, and track disaster survivors with needs for mental health services using telepsychiatry and other cutting edge, web-based and interactive technologies.


Develop mechanisms for care, consultation, and support for caregivers including first responders.

Accomplishments

Highlights of Our Disaster Work

From the Gulf Coast to New York City

Highlights of Our Disaster Work

From Flint, MI to Houston, TX

Highlights of Our Disaster Work

In Port Arthur, TX after Hurricane Harvey

About Us

Highlights of Our Disaster Work

U.S. Virgin Islands after Hurricanes Irma and Maria

AHMHA Looks To The Future

Still going strong since 2005....

All Healers Mental Health Alliance Leadership

These individuals have been associated with the organization since Hurricane Katrina  in 2005.