City of Fayetteville launches online mental health initiative


The City of Fayetteville has launched an online mental health resource initiative aimed at improving quality of life in the community. Led by City Councilwoman Dr. Niyah Glover, this initiative centers around the Fayetteville Mental Health Hub, which can be accessed at

“We’re focusing right now on some of the short-term wins,” Councilwoman Glover said recently on the CityVision Podcast, “creating a webpage for citizens to access some of those resources that can help with stress management, emotional resilience, and things of that nature.”

Councilwoman Glover said the initiative will eventually include mental health workshops that highlight specific areas of need. “Building a community that focuses on engagement, bonding, and creating a stigma-free environment is the goal of the initiative,” she said.

“When you go into this page, you will see where you can tap into your developmental period and any type of challenges or crises that you may be facing,” Councilwoman Glover continued. “It will streamline those resources for you based on your developmental period.

“I think that is the important part of this particular initiative, that we have a true understanding of each lifespan and what is actually needed there, so that we can ensure that we are meeting the unique needs of those individuals that live right here in Fayetteville.”

The City of Fayetteville does not directly provide mental health services nor any other health-related services. No personal information gathered through these online resources will be shared with the City of Fayetteville.

Learn more about the Fayetteville Mental Health Hub at