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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.

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Mental Health Association Of Erie County
Children's Mental Health Coalition's 18th Annual Conference

Life Transitions: A GPS for Success! This conference will be held on Saturday September 20th from 9am-4pm at the WNY Children's Psychiatric Center. It's going to be a great conference with a wealth of information provided for families, youth, educators and service providers. See flyer for full details!
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Transition Conference: The Connection Between Wellness and Academic Success

Please join us for this upcoming workshop on October 9th at the Center for Tomorrow at the University at Buffalo North Campus. Registration will begin at 6:00pm. Dave Romano from active minds will be speaking about his personal experiences, followed by a panel discussion. The event is free and encourage students, educators, clinicians, and the community to attend. See flyer for details!
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Art Program for Children and Teens with Behavioral & Emotional Health Challenges Sponsored by Children's Guild

Give your child the opportunity to use art as a meaningful tool to express and communicate their thoughts, feelings and sense of self. Throughout this four week therapeutic art program your child will use drawing, painting, collage and mixed media to explore the themes of identity, emotional recognition and regulation, self-expression and group process in a safe and structured space. Classes are free! Open to ages 12-17.
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