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Will You Be an MHA Angel?

Operation Holiday Joy needs you!

The holiday countdown has begun and we have many wish lists still unclaimed. With the average wish list costing between $25 and $75, we invite angels at every level to join us.

As a bonus, giving may be just the happiness booster you could use at this time of the year. A study published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology by Jennifer Aaker, a Professor of Marketing at Stanford Graduate School of Business, suggests that concrete, specific goals of benevolence designed to improve the well-being of others lead to greater happiness.

So get happy with us and be part of our very special group of gift-givers by calling 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

Petes’ will donate a portion of the evening's proceeds to MHA Westchester.

#givingtuesday donations will support essential and under-funded mental health services in our community. Over the last 68 years, MHA has helped many thousands of individuals achieve their goals through collaborative, recovery-oriented care. Join us.

To make a #givingtuesday donation, click here.


MHA CEO Amy Kohn, EVP, Carla Lisio and Program Director of CASA, Jackie Boissonnault celebrated MHA Board member Yvonne Tropp who received the state-wide Volunteer Year Award from the Mental Health Association in New York State (MHANYS) on Tuesday evening, November 18 in Albany.

 

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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