On Thursday, September 26th, we welcomed ABC News Medical Correspondent Dr. Jennifer Ashton to the stage of the Chappaqua Performing Arts Center for a powerful Community Conversation about hope and healing following loss to suicide.
MHA Board Member and mental health advocate Sean A. Mayer, who lost his brother Ryan to suicide in 2014, joined Dr. Ashton for the intimate discussion about the impact suicide can have on family, friends and the wider community.
At MHA, we know that peer support can be an invaluable tool for recovery. Through our Peer Specialist Training program, we offer a path toward employment for people with lived experience of mental health conditions.
Check out the most recent issue of Behavioral Health News for an inside look at the behavioral health workforce and staff development happening at MHA.
Explore our current job openings and join one of the Top Workplaces in the Lower Hudson Valley!
As a Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC), we offer a hub through which individuals can receive a range of integrated behavioral healthcare services.
No one is denied services due to financial means. We offer a sliding scale fee structure based on federal Financial Assistance Program guidelines. Click here to view.