The Mental Health Association of Westchester is pleased to announce the debut of Telehealth, a groundbreaking behavioral health service that enables clients to meet with the agency’s psychiatrists via two-way, real-time interactive audio and video equipment.
Featuring HIPAA-compliant computer and web cam configurations, Telehealth stations are located in MHA’s White Plains, Yonkers and Mount Kisco clinics and offer improved access to care for clients who are in crisis situations and those who engage in clinical walk-in services.
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Problems with substance use, an arrest, feelings of hopelessness and a serious suicide attempt… All before age 17.
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Wednesday, June 21st as we welcomed summer under the open sky at Get On Your Mat For Mental Health, our outdoor mega-yoga event! Held in Turnure Park, the empowering and energetic community-driven event featured live music from House of Waters, a yoga marketplace of vendors, sponsors and exhibitors, and an invigorating hour-long class led by renowned teacher Beryl Bender Birch.
The Mental Health Association of Westchester is pleased to announce the appointment of Charlotte Ostman, LCSW-R to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
“The Board of Directors is delighted that Charlotte has become the next Chief Executive Officer of the organization. We are completely confident that she is the right person to lead MHA,” said Board of Directors President Michael Lombardi.
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.