The Mental Health Association of Westchester’s Partners in Parenting program celebrated its 30th anniversary this spring, marking three decades of person-centered support for parents with mental health issues. Providing therapy in home or community settings, the program promotes behavioral health within an individual’s natural environment.
In an effort to enhance the safety and well-being of children in Westchester County, The Mental Health Association of Westchester offers several services to support these children. Our next Host Visitation training period begins on June 15th. Read more below, and apply today!
At MHA, we believe that a safe, loving and permanent home is every child's right. Assigned by a Family Court Judge, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are trained community volunteers who monitor and report on the physical health, behavioral health and education needs of children who are in foster care or at risk for foster care.
The Mental Health Association of Westchester embraces open conversation about the serious problems of bullying, sexual assault and risk of suicide. Like other advocates and mental health experts, we are concerned about the messages that youth may take away from the Netflix show, 13 Reasons Why. The attention generated by the show offers an important opportunity to talk frankly about difficult challenges faced by children, adolescents and young adults. It is an opportunity that should not be missed.
New Fund Created In Honor Of Yvonne Tropp, Lifelong Mamaroneck Resident and Dedicated Children’s Welfare Volunteer
The Mental Health Association of Westchester is pleased to announce the recent creation of a fund honoring Yvonne Tropp, a long-serving volunteer and Board Member of the agency.