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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Operation Holiday Joy:
Will You Be an MHA Angel this year?

For the people MHA serves, a gift is a rare and precious thing. Receiving a gift carries with it many positive and important messages including that someone cares about you, that you are worthy and important.

With help from friends like you, we were able to deliver these messages of caring to over 300 individuals last year.  Would you join us for Operation Holiday Joy this year?

What You Can Do:

  • Sponsor an individual or family, and shop from their wish list.
  • Donate a store gift card (Target, Kmart, Stop and Shop, etc).
  • Make a financial contribution and we will shop on your behalf.

To be part of our very special group of gift-givers, please call 914-265-7511 or email development@mhawestchester.org.
 

 


You are invited to our first annual
#givingtuesday
Kickoff Party

Monday, December 1, 2014
5 to 9pm
at
Pete’s Saloon
8 West Main Street
Elmsford, New York 10523

LIVE MUSIC featuring The Bad Habits
with MHA’s own Jim Coyle
Band begins at 7:30pm

#givingtuesday is December 2, 2014. Conceived as a philanthropic alternative to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #givingtuesday is the day for charities, families and businesses to come together to celebrate generosity and to give.

Please consider MHAWestchester as your #givingtuesday charity.


MHA’s newest film, Expectation: Recovery

Through the unique lens of three individuals, the film tells the story of people who received services at MHA Westchester and the clinicians who supported them. As you listen to each person’s journey, you arrive at the very heart of what MHA stands for and what the staff fervently believes in. The title says it all: MHA expects and supports recovery for every one whose lives we touch.

The film was created for Denim & Dreams, by MHA intern, Christine Tergis.

 

Finding the best behavioral health services for children can be a difficult task for parents.  To help provide the best mental health treatment for children, Mental Health America has developed a brief survey about the experiences of parents of children who have received mental health services. Please help by completing this anonymous survey.    Your responses can help shape the future for our children.

 

 

 

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