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We promote mental health and wellness in our community and support individuals and families who are challenged by mental illness.

Since 1962, the Mental Health Association of Erie County, Inc. has provided essential programs and services to seniors, adults, families and children in Erie County.

Over the years, the Mental Health Association has positioned itself to know what the most pressing and current mental health needs are in our community and to deliver the best possible programming and services to meet those needs.

We invite you to become familiar with our new website and to take part in our programs and services.


Click here to view our comprehensive programs & services flyer

Mental Health Association Of Erie County
 
 
Nurtured Heart Parenting Program Starting April 14th

The Nurtured Heart Approach (NHA) can help you regain focus and power and re-build the love you want in your home while creating the success you desire for your children. NHA teaches us why our typical parenting methods don’t always work and can even make things worse. Email Jack at jwoodworth@eriemha.org to register/questions.
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Tickets Now Available to MHA Annual Dinner & Auction

The Mental Health Association of Erie County, Inc. (MHA) will host its Annual Dinner and Auction on Wednesday, March 11th at the Atrium @ Rich’s from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. The auction will open at 5:30 p.m. along with drinks and hors d ’oeuvres, followed by a sit-down dinner and program. The Gold Sponsors for this year’s dinner are R&P Oak Hill Development, LLC and Erie County Medical Center.
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Now Hiring! Part Time Family Support Partner

Family Support Partner maintains a Mission driven approach and provides education, support and advocacy to families who have a child or young adult living with a mental illness. Please see link below for responsibilities and qualifications.
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