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Formed in 2004, AMOC strives to support families who cope with Autism and related disorders. These families face their struggle often in isolation and at great personal hardship. AMOC aims to raise public awareness of Autism through seminars and media campaigns in Orange County. AMOC works to provide information and networks to help empower families and the community, so that we can better address the unique and troubling challenges of this health problem. AMOC also aims to raise understanding and tolerance in Orange County. We advocate for those people, often voiceless, who might act or look different, who should be respected, and loved for whom they (or we) are.


For information contact Parents Run AMOC at 845-342-2400 X 1241 www.mhaorangeny.com/amoc

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2016 Memories

Celebrating 11 Years!!!

2014 Journal

Sunday, April 1, 2012
Thomas Bull Memorial Park in Montgomery
The fund raising gives racers an opportunity to have a great event
with prizes, free buffet breakfast and more.

1K New this year

Race Results


Sunday, October 9th, 2011

April was Autism Awareness Month
Promoting, understanding and acceptance

The Orange County Legislature proclaimed April as Autism Awareness Month at its session on April 1, 2011 in the legislative chambers of the Orange County Government Center.  A teenager affected by an autism spectrum disorder spoke briefly relating to the proclamation.

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Candle Lighting Ceremony Memories

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For information
Call (845) 342-2400 Ext 1307

Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc.
73 James P. Kelly Way
Middletown, NY 10940

Special Thanks to all who participated and assisted!
What a GREAT Community we live in!
Rock on!

On Line Magazine Fundraiser
Great Gift Idea

First row, left-right: Lisa Y. Marshall, Goldstein Lieberman & Co, Office Administrator, Nadia Allen, MHA Executive Director, Anne Klingner, MHA CAPIS Coordinator, Sen John Bonacic, Phillip Goldstein, Chairman of the Accounting and Auditing Department of Goldstein Lieberman & Company LLC,  Hava Udalevich, MHA Sibling/ATM Coordinator .

Second row: left--right: Natasha K.Tomlins, MHA/AMOC Consultant, Deborah deJong, MHA Associate Director, Greg Gilman, MHA Emeritus Board Member, John Boykas, Goldstein Lieberman & Co, CPA, Benjamin Mills, Goldstein Lieberman & Co, CPA.

Natasha Tomlins- MHA,AMOC Consultant, Annie Kikel-AMOC Co-Chairperson, Annmarie Paoli, President, Women' in Arts, Anne Klingner MHA,AMOC Advisor, Marianne Ciuffetelli, Vice Presdent, Women in Arts. This donation was fostered by Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt, 97th Assembly District,