The mission of The Mental Health Association of Westchester County, Inc. is to promote mental health in Westchester, New York through advocacy, community education and direct services.

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MHA Services

Services offered at MHA are steeped in a person-centered recovery oriented philosophy.

Services for Children 

Services for Adults 

  • Therapy and Support Services include individual, group and family therapy, medication therapy, and services for grandparents raising children.
  • Adult Services for Individuals who have been Diagnosed With a Serious Mental Illness include Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) and Care Coordination.  These services support recovery in the community and are provided at locations of an individual's choice, rather than in a traditional office setting.
  • Crossroads offers a continuum of community based services for young adults, ages 17.5 to 22, who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness.
  • Employment Services assist individuals who have psychiatric diagnoses prepare for, choose and maintain employment, or improve a current work situation.
  • Long Term Care Ombudsman Program (LTCOP) provides advocacy services, including investigation of complaints, for Westchester County residents who live in long term care facilities. 
  • Residential Services provide Apartment Treatment and Supported Housing services to adults in recovery from mental illnesses.
  • Sterling Community Center is a recovery oriented community center which offers numerous opportunities for adults who have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness.  
  • Suicide Survivor Support Group offers support and assistance for adults who have lost a loved one – close friend or family member - to suicide. 

Services for Families

  • Family Support Services offer support and advocacy for families whose children are enrolled in MHA’s Treatment or Children’s Case Management programs. 


  • Nuestro Futuro es un programa bilingüe y bicultural que ofrece tratamiento de salud mental a niños mayores de cinco anos, adolescentes y adultos en Español.

Health Homes are a new way that care is being organized for some individuals whose medical benefits are paid for by Medicaid.  Health Homes have been created to coordinate the care that individuals receive in order to improve their health, and also to save Medicaid money.



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