Each year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. Methodist Family Health strives to bring awareness to mental illness as we join organizations like the National Association for Mental Illness (NAMI)Continue Reading →
The 2015 Walk for Children and Families was historic! Not only were the 100+ degree temperatures Aug. 7 among the hottest for the event, but the $90,000 raised is a Walk record.Continue Reading →
Sadness, despair, uncertainty, even anger are among the emotions that can rain down following the death of a loved one.
The comfortable routine of life is jolted into a different pace. A hazy numbness sets in. Things change… forever.Continue Reading →
By April Fatula / LittleRockFamily.com
Like many parents, I’m tempted to race down the dollar aisle at a discount chain store for last-minute stocking stuffers and gifts to put under the tree. But… I’m going to do better this year!
Instead of disposable toys that add to the clutter, I’m going toContinue Reading →
Looking for a way to help others? Methodist Family Health welcomes volunteers, individuals, groups, churches, businesses and more. Here is an overview of just some of the ways volunteers can assist Methodist Family Health:
•Sort, clean and organize the MFH Get Up and Give Donation Closet.
•Help with Southern Silks: A