The mission of The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) is to promote mental health through advocacy, community education and direct services.
MHA facilitates recovery by providing services that reflect our deeply held values that include the recognition of individual rights of self-determination, choice, shared decision-making and collaborative work. Our highly trained staff utilize evidence-based practices throughout our comprehensive array of trauma-informed and recovery-oriented services.
Through our robust services, as well as our advocacy programs and community events, MHA is able to meet the needs of thousands of men, women, children and families each year, helping them live independent lives in the community.
News & Events
The application period is now open for MHA's upcoming Peer Specialist Training! Peer Support is a vital part of a person's recovery, and as a Peer Specialist, you will be equipped with tools to help others on their journeys.
For the past seven years, Betty Bloch made an incredible impact on the lives of children and families throughout Westchester through her work as MHA’s Family Support Specialist.
The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) is pleased to announce the recent appointment of Meryl A. Allison, a strategic and management consultant with more than 30 years of experience, to the role of President of its Board of Directors.