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The Mental Health Authority (MHA) is an Agency of the Ministry of Health established under the Mental Health Act, 2012 (Act 846) mandated to promote mental health, prevent mental illness and provide quality mental health services in Ghana.
The Mental Health Board, the governing body of the MHA, is inviting applications from prospective and highly motivated mental health professionals to fill a soon to be created vacancy in the position of the Chief Executive.
The Mental Health Authority (MHA) is an agency established by an Act of Parliament, Mental Health Act 846 of 2012, to propose, promote and implement mental health policies and provide culturally appropriate, humane and integrated mental health care throughout Ghana.
The Authority is governed by the Mental Health Board appointed by the President of the Republic of Ghana and composed of a Chairman, Chief Executive and nine other members.
Welcome to the website of the Mental Health Authority. The creation of this site is a development that is to bring the Authority a step closer to the public through the medium of cyberspace.
The Mental Health Authority is an agency under the Ministry of Health, and established through enactment of the Mental Health Act, 2012 (Act 846). The Authority has the mandate, per the Act, to propose mental health policies to the Ministry of Health and thereafter implement same; to ensure the establishment of very high quality mental health care accessible to all, affordable and culturally sensitive.