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You are invited to our Fall Benefit: IMAGINE

on Tue, 08/25/2015 - 19:22

Cocktails • Dinner • Silent Auction • Live Music
Lili Lynton and Michael Lynton, Chairs

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Please join us for our annual fall benefit as we honor four extraordinary individuals who have advocated for mental health in our community and who have demonstrated dedicated and inspiring leadership.

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Welcome to new staff

on Tue, 10/06/2015 - 22:22

Mary Ellen Masillo is the new team leader for our Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) service which assists individuals to identify goals for their journey of recovery and to develop plans to achieve those goals.
We are happy to welcome Dwayne Mayes as the new Coordinator of the Northern Westchester Recovery Network and the Westchester Recovery Network, which are mobile mental health services. Both services employ peers, individuals who have lived experience of mental health conditions, to collaborate with individuals in the community in ways that support recovery. Most recently the Program Director of the Mental Health Empowerment Project-South, Mayes has been associated with the mental health peer movement since 1998.  He will be keynoting at the prestigious SAMHSA sponsored Alternatives conference in Memphis Tennessee.  His topic will be Life After Trauma. 


LTCOP moves

on Tue, 09/29/2015 - 17:30

As of Oct 1, 2015 MHA is no longer the host agency for the New York State Long Term Care Ombudsmen Program (LTCOP). ALL calls or inquiries related to LTCOP should now be directed to the Westchester Independent Living Center (WILC). The contact person at WILC is Tamaris Princi who can be can reached at  914 682 3926 and/or - and she will be happy to help you. Many thanks.


Suicide Prevention and Awareness

on Tue, 08/25/2015 - 19:38

Suicide is everyone’s concern. Every 13 minutes someone dies by suicide in the United States – that’s someone’s mother, father, brother, sister, friend, partner...  

Join us on November 4th as we continue our “Community Conversation” series focused on preventing suicide. Join us on November 4th as we continue our “Community Conversation” series focused on preventing suicide. Register now.


Planned Respite at MHA

on Wed, 06/17/2015 - 01:24

Planned Respite is a short-term intervention for people who are experiencing an increase of symptoms that cannot be managed at home without increased supports.

Voluntary and temporary, Planned Respite is provided by trained staff at either home-like settings within the community or at the person’s place of residence. The array of Planned Respite supports can help avoid unnecessary hospitalization and regain stability in the community.

Learn more about Planned Respite.