The holidays are a merry time for many of us, but along with that comes the stress of planning, gift-giving and gathering with family members. Taking care of your mental health during this time of year is vital and that’s why we’ve compiled some tips to help you stay proactive in managing holiday stress.
Managing Difficult Family Conversations
Reuniting with family and friends during the holidays can be stressful when having to navigate around difficult conversations. Here are a few tips on how to engage in healthy conversations:
MHA is pleased to announce the graduation of Independent Third Party Review Program Coordinator Lora Grillo DeSalvo, LCSW from the Nonprofit Westchester Emerging Leaders Program.
Thank you to everyone who joined us on Saturday, November 16th for "Stand-Up For Mental Health" at the Emelin Theatre.
In homes, in schools and in our very own clinics, celebrations big and small unfold each day in the lives of those we serve.
On Thursday, October 24th, we gathered to recognize the many celebrations your support has made possible this year. Celebrations like:
LaRissa, a five year old in foster care, graduating from Pre-K cheered on by an MHA volunteer who advocates for her needs in Family Court
The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) is pleased to announce an award of $4.6 million from the Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program. Partnering with HRHCare, MHA will create a comprehensive health center to address whole person care.