HELPLINE/RAPELINE
24 hr crisis intervention information and referrals
(800) 832-1200 calling outside of Orange County
(845)-346-HELP
Mission Statement: Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. (MHA) seeks to promote the positive mental health and emotional well-being of Orange County residents, working towards reducing the stigma of mental illness, developmental disabilities, and providing support to victims of sexual assault and other crimes. In partnership with service recipients, families, volunteers and the community, MHA strives to fulfill its mission through culturally competent advocacy, direct services, public education, and responsiveness in times of community emergency.

The MHA family shares a system of values and behaviors that recognizes and respects the presence and contributions of all diverse groups.  We believe that every person is to be treated with dignity, respect, compassion and acceptance.

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Celebrating
11 Years!!!
Sunday
October 12th

10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Thomas Bull
Memorial Park
Day Camp Area
Montgomery, NY

Registration Form

Move-a-thon- Sponsor Sheet





An environment of social equity and respect builds strong public and private entities where individuals
can thrive. More info

Geriatric Mental Wellness Alliance (GMWA) in Orange County


More info


TOURETTE
SYNDROME

Networking Group
 for Parents of
individuals with
TOURETTE SYNDROME

Meet with other parents
to share information, experiences, ideas and to provide mutual support.
More info

Human trafficking, once thought to be a horrific crime far removed
from our communities, is happening in our own backyards.

The Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. invites members of the community to a viewing and discussion of Selling the Girl Next Door,
an expose on human trafficking. Bring a bag lunch. RSVP by calling
845) 342-2400 or emailing to mha@mhaorangeny.com.


Stories We Carry: Conversations
that Create Community

MHA’s Vet2Vet Program along with Mount Saint Mary’s College is sponsoring Stories We Carry: Conversations that Create Community, on Tuesday, September 30, from 5 until 8 pm. The program is free and open to the general public and veterans.

Can you please share/post the attached flyer and link below with your resources/ web pages/community for our amazing event. The link below will take you to Eventbrite where FREE tickets can be reserved for the event. http://storieswecarry.eventbrite.com


Registration begins at 3:30PM

Invite your Family and Friends for a Halloween Bash

Best Costume Prizes, Raffle & 50/50

Proceeds to benefit
Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc.

Mental Health Association in Orange County promotes the positive mental health and emotional well-being of individuals, working towards reducing the stigma of mental illness, autism, developmental disabilities, and providing support to victims of sexual assault and other crimes.

Brochure for registration and sponsorship opportunities


Led by Veterans for Veterans &
Members of the Armed Forces

FREE & CONFIDENTIAL
Meetings throughout Orange County
Exclusively for Veterans & Members of the Armed Forces
Regularly Scheduled Activities Based on Interests
Mentoring Opportunities Available
Training & Development Available

To speak with a veteran and learn more about Vet2Vet please contact:
Debbie de Jong, Associate Executive Director
@(845) 342-2400 Ext. 248
dejong@mhaorangeny.com

We offer information and referrals to sexual assault victims so they will be able to make well informed choices in regard to their health, safety and successful prosecution of their case. We work to ensure every victim's rights. For more info click here



MENTAL HEALTH INFORMATION

“Individuals struggling with depression can obtain strength, enhance the quality of their lives and develop skills to achieve recovery.  There is a wide range of information and support available.” 

DEPRESSION or SUICIDE



MENTAL HEALTH SCREENING

Home - To - Stay
A supportive
housing program for
individuals diagnosed
with a mental illness

Sponsored by Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc., Rehabilitation Support Services, Inc. and support from National Alliance for Mental Illness in the County of Orange.
More Info

LBAC is comprised of local business owners, mental health service providers, and individuals diagnosed as having mental illness.

Identifies the need of employers
related to the hiring and
employment of individuals
with mental illness.

BROCHURE

SUPER SIBLINGS
ARE US

We are the very special brothers and sisters of individuals with developmental disabilities
More Info>>>>


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