Harmony Mental Health

Harmony Mental Health


We hope you can attend this workshop, and that you'll forward this to others who may be interested in building a local network to address this problem. Thank you!
Do you all know of anyone that would be interested in serving on Paimi, have them fill out an application and send it back in as soon as possible to

Disability Rights of WV
1207 Quarrier Street
Charleston, WV 25301
Fax 304-346-0867

Paimi (Protection and Advocacy of Individuals with Mental Illness) is an advisory council under Disability Rights of WV. They are looking for a consumer of mental health services and a Parent/Guardian of a child that has mental health issues. If you know of anyone please have them fill out the following interest indicator and return immediately,


Just a little bit of information, Paimi meets 4 times a year, they will pay mileage for the member, and provide hotel accommodations on the night of the meeting, if it is needed.

Thank you very much


Harmony Mental Health, Inc. is a private non-profit 501(c) 3 that is committed to supporting providers offering services to West Virginia’s children and families. With offices in Jackson, Kanawha, Wood, and Wirt counties Harmony Mental Health offers practice management, grant writing and other support services. Direct services are provided via Harmony Family Services and Harmony Health Services. H

Operating as usual

Samantha Roberts on TikTok 09/27/2022

Samantha Roberts on TikTok

Attention to all of our communities!!!!

Someone from our community has a Tik Tok page where she shares her incredible watercolor paintings in a very fun and engaging way! Her videos are really enjoyable, and the art pieces are even better. Please check out her work, and if you are interested in purchasing some of her art, reach out to her directly on Tik Tok or through her online store at https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtBySamanthaR. On the website, you can see a collection of stickers, painting prints, greeting cards, and more!

Go help out a fellow talented community member today!

Samantha Roberts on TikTok Samantha Roberts's short video with ♬ Drifting Snow


if you are celebrating Su***de Prevention Awareness month with us, it means you are still here, and we are all better for it.

World Health Organization (WHO)

Photos from Harmony Mental Health's post 09/02/2022

Last Friday (August 26th) we hosted our first ever, bi-annual Harmony Olympics!! We decided to take the day off from work, and utilize that time on a team-building exercise called competition 😁. We had 5 teams all representing their own team colors (Black, Yellow, Blue, Green, and Red). We had various games, both individual and collectively such as egg relay, lawn darts, 4 square, cup pyramid stacking, and more! In the end, the Black team took home the gold but it was a tight and even contest till the end. We would like to thank all of our staff, our CEO Felicia Bush for hosting the event, and our Chief Business officer Skylar Davis, and our Special Events Coordinator Amy Taylor for coming up with the concept and preparing the event! We would like to extend our thanks to the Harmony judges and other individuals who helped with the set-up and scoring our events.

More photos will be released in the near future, until then, enjoy a collection of 20+ photos of the fun filled event!

See you all for the 2024 event!!!!


Today marks the start of Su***de Prevention Month and as a Mental Health company, we understand that one life is one TOO many. Join us and NoStigmas to take action against su***de, su***de ideation and su***de loss!

Down below will be a list of resources to get immediate help:

24/7 Su***de and Crisis Lifeline 📱 Call or text 988 or chat 988lifeline.org

· Crisis Text Line 📱 Text ALLY to 741-741

· Veterans Crisis Line 📱 Text 838255

· SAMHSA Treatment Referral Hotline (Substance Abuse) 📞 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

· RAINN National Sexual Assault Hotline 📞 1-800-656-HOPE (4673)

· National Domestic Violence Hotline 📞 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)

· The Trevor Project (LGBTQIA+) 📞 1-866-488-7386

· Blackline - "Hotline geared toward the Black, Black LGBTQ+, brown, Native, and Muslim communities." 📞 1-800-604-5841

· Trans Lifeline 📞 1-877-565-8860

Major thanks to NoStigmas for championing this month and providing organizations with incredibly helpful information.


We have a Supportive Counselor position open for Tyler county schools, and you can now apply directly through our website. Follow the link down below and submit your application today!



You can now apply at our website at: https://www.harmonymh.org/join-our-family. Click the link to submit your application for our "client services specialist" position and any other positions that you are interested in!


June and November are recognized as Men's Mental Health Month. Statistically, men are less likely to get therapy to treat their mental illness, and across these two months, it is important that we break the stigma surrounding men and mental health. It is ok to ask for help, and as a community, we need to teach our young boys that they can express themselves and not hold onto their emotions or trauma.

For more information on Men's mental health, visit the link down below for an infographic breakdown on the stats pertaining to this topic.


HARMONIOUS 06/10/2022


Our May publication for Harmonious is now live for the public! To access the newsletter, click on the link down below and it will grant you access to art, poems, playlists, self-care tips and news articles of our last publication!

For those who are not signed up yet, go to our website at www.Harmonymh.org and sign up to be a part of our emailing list for our next publication in July.

I hope you enjoy 😊

Harmonious Newsletter: https://www.canva.com/design/DAE_d5PtQzA/view?utm_content=DAE_d5PtQzA&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=publishsharelink

HARMONIOUS Check out this US letter designed by Skylar Davis-Owens.


Since we are in Pride Month, you will see a heap of brands changing their logo to rainbow colors, or posting pride pictures every day of the week. But things remain the same at the systemic level of these corporations, where LGBTQ+ community do not feel welcomed nor celebrated. It is fine to brandish a rainbow flag, and allyship is important, but it takes more than empty gestures for change to really happen. Employ people who are just as qualified from the LGBTQ+ community, make the communities around you feel safe and loved, have an open space for people to truly be their authentic self.

At Harmony, we value people who are from the LGBTQ+ community. We give support to people year-round and have a welcoming environment for our employees and our clients to love who they love, as we believe, that love is never wrong.

“Equality means more than passing laws. The struggle is really won in the hearts and minds of the community, where it really counts.” — Barbara Gittings


A stream was hosted by Think Kids WV earlier today in which a panel discussed family treatment courts for families affected by substance use disorders. Our CEO Felicia Bush was one of the panelist, along with Chautle Haugh, a family treatment court specialists, Stephanie Bond a director of Probation Services and Nick Leftwich, a State Drug Court Coordinator.

Watch the stream linked below to learn more about family treatment courts, where they are and what they do!

Stream link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=preZuEaDTTw


In memory of the lives lost in the recent mass shootings, Harmony Mental Health therapists will be on call thru Memorial weekend for anyone triggered by the mass shootings and who need someone to help them process. Call 304-917-3636 to be connected to a therapist. You do not need to be a Harmony client. You will not be charged by Harmony for this call service.


Message to all of our communities.


May is Foster Care awareness month and the specialized family care program (SFC) is emphasizing the need for more specialized family care providers for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Click on the link down below for more information on how you can help!



Our inaugural newsletter "Harmonious" goes live today!! Our topic for this month is mental health awareness and it will be packed with expert opinion, mental healthcare facts and data, poems, art, playlists and more!! Sign up now to secure your spot in receiving our May publication today.


“Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy.”
– Leo F. Buscaglia


In observation and honor of Black Maternal Health Week, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) invites you to two conversations on April 14. These conversations will focus on what States and the Federal government are doing to address inequities in Black maternal health. The Event will be broadcasted on April 14th at 3:00 PM. Links will be provided down below!

Thursday, April 14th at 3:00 PM ET
Register here: https://www.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_B6eEl63CSWCbNgRXlwh6mQ


TF-CBT registration opens midnight, April 1st! Link will be provided down below. Thank you to Handle With Care WV for working alongside us and creating another year of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy training!

TF-CBT registration link: https://hipaa.jotform.com/210885860190156


This position is a key support role focusing on the oversight of the Harmony Office. Priority is on customer service and client contact via phone and in person at each site to assure each office reflects the Harmony mission and to ensure the efficient operations of Harmony Mental Health Inc.

Required Qualifications:

· High School Diploma
· Must pass CIB/OIG check
· Customer Service and/or experience in a medical office setting
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Excellent organizational skills
· PC Skills including Word and Excel
· 1 year experience of working in a medical office preferred

Preferred Qualifications:

· Bachelor’s degree

*Due to the nature of this position, any candidates for the position of Client Services specialist must have begun the process of being fully vaccinated. *

*Candidates will need a MINIMUM of 2 references in order to be considered for the position*

Trauma-Informed Schools in West Virginia 03/30/2022

Trauma-Informed Schools in West Virginia

Felicia was a panelist on a zoom stream with Think Kids in which she spoke alongside other panelists about trauma-informed training in schools to help kids in our communities. We would like to thank Kelli Caseman for organizing the event and inviting us to share our knowledge and resources! You can catch a playback of the stream on the link down below.


Trauma-Informed Schools in West Virginia Trauma-informed schools are places that provide safe and supportive environments for children to learn and for school staff to work. What do you know about t...

Photos from ACLU of West Virginia's post 03/24/2022

Thank you for having us! Looking forward to future events and dinners 💜💜💜

Photos from Harmony Mental Health's post 03/21/2022

Self care can seem like an impossible puzzle to solve... But, when you eliminate all possible distractions, the solution is clearer 🌞🌻. Swipe right for a quick 60 minute guide to get you started on your self care journey 💆‍♂🧘‍♀


Happy Women's Day to not only the women of Harmony, but all women worldwide! Your contribution to our world is understated but forever appreciated ❤️

Tell us of the special women in your life 😊


URGENT: HB 4440 is headed to the House Political Subdivisions Committee at 6 p.m.

Across the U.S., local law enforcement agencies have opted against irrelevant interrogations about immigration status while conducting investigations.

This commonsense approach saves time and resources. It also helps foster more trust between immigrant communities and law enforcement.

State lawmakers are pushing an overly broad bill that would force law enforcement to spend extra time interrogating people about immigration status. HB 4440 will undermine trust between communities and police. When people are afraid to call for help or report a crime, it makes us all less safe.

This bill could also bankrupt small towns and cities that lack the resources to comply with its mandates – it imposes a $10,000 per day fine for “knowingly harboring illegal immigrants.”
Tell committee members this bill is bad for public safety:

Carl Martin [email protected]
John Hardy [email protected]
John Williams [email protected]
John Doyle [email protected]
Bill Anderson [email protected]
Jason Barrett [email protected]
Kathie Hess Crouse [email protected]
Tom Fast [email protected]
Shawn Fluharty [email protected]
Dan Forsht [email protected]
Geoff Foster [email protected]
Marty Gearhart [email protected]
Ric Griffith [email protected]
Danny Hamrick [email protected]
Evan Hansen [email protected]
John Kelly [email protected]
Shannon Kimes [email protected]
Margita Mazzochi [email protected]
Chris Phillips [email protected]
Clay Riley [email protected]
Erikka Storch [email protected]
Cody Thompson [email protected]
Heather Tully [email protected]
Bryan Ward [email protected]
Guy Ward [email protected]


Happy Valentine's Day to all who celebrate this day! It is important to know that valentine's isn't just about romantic love, but it is love expressed in many ways❤️ . Tell someone you love that you love them today! Make sure you show yourself extra love and care also!!


As a black owned company, Black History Month is something that we are eager to celebrate. This month is dedicated to highlight the illustrious history of black innovators and pioneers, ensuring that their stories are told. It is important that we teach children that our history is not only slavery, but our history is rich, in spite of slavery. Happy Black History Month to all!

Photos from Harmony Mental Health's post 01/03/2022

As we re-open our offices for the first time in 2022, Harmony would like to wish everyone a very happy New Year 🎊🎉! Experiencing a pandemic, we understand that these are hard times for a great many people. But we have endured together, and it was a privilege to serve our communities throughout the year. We would like to thank everyone we have worked and collaborated with in 2021. Our goal remains the same, it’s to continue to offer our services to families across WV and beyond. #2022


Today is the last day Harmony offices will be open in 2021. Starting tomorrow, our offices will be closed from Dec. 24th-Jan. 3rd. We will re-open on the first Monday of 2022. You can still contact us via email at [email protected] or message us directly here on our page. Have a great holiday season, we can't wait to see you next year!! ☃️


Harmony staff Felicia Bush, Tyler Davis, Donavia Beltran and Skylar Davis joined Family Treatment Court (FTC) Judge Jason Wharton, Coordinator Sherry Christman and other FTC team members for the annual FTC holiday party for participants and their children!


This position is a key support role focusing on the oversight of the Harmony Office. Priority is on customer service and client contact via phone and in person at each site to assure each office reflects the Harmony mission and to ensure the efficient operations of Harmony Mental Health Inc.
Minimum Requirements:
· Bachelor’s degree preferred
· High School Diploma Required
· Must pass CIB/OIG check
· Customer Service and/or experience in a medical office setting
· Excellent written and verbal communication skills
· Excellent organizational skills
· PC Skills including Word and Excel
· 1 year experience of working in a medical office preferred

*Due to the nature of this position, any candidates for the position of Client Services specialist must have begun the process of being fully vaccinated. *

*Candidates will need a MINIMUM of 2 references in order to be considered for the position*

Photos from Harmony Mental Health's post 12/16/2021

In the spirit of the holiday’s, Harmony Mental Health is hosting our annual “Ugly Sweater Contest” and we need YOU to help us pick the ugliest sweater!! We have 6 entries in this year’s contest, and they all believe they will take home the crown. To vote, click on the individual picture you believe to be the ugliest and jolliest sweater, and drop a like on it. Voting will close Dec. 16th at 11:59 P.M so make sure to cast your votes before midnight!! Help us crown Harmony’s Ugliest Sweater for 2021 ❄️☃️

Videos (show all)

With overwhelming bipartisan support, the senate has a chance to pass life changing legislation for immigrant communitie...
Our very own Client Services Specialist Paola Garcia, starred in an ad representing ACLU WV chapter. As a Dreamer, Paola...
Behind the Scenes interview with Felicia Bush




300 Star Avenue Suite 321
Parkersburg, WV

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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Mountain State Parent- Child Adolescent Network Mountain State Parent- Child Adolescent Network
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Parkersburg, 26101

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