Founded in 1945, the Mental Health Association of Greater St. Louis, also known as MHA, is a nonprofit organization that offers services for individuals with mental impairments. It provides the Building Recovery of Individual Dreams and Goals Through Education and Support program, which includes an educational course and support groups. The Mental Health Association of Greater St. Louis provides information on suicide warning signs in students and intervention strategies for school personnel. Additionally, it offers assistance and training for police officers in cases related to individuals with mental illnesses. It also provides referral services and publishes a newsletter called Street Talk for law enforcement professionals. The organization is a part of the United Way Agency and is located in St. Louis.