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.
The Forgiveness Project Half-day Workshop and Dinner
Please join the MHA for "The Forgiveness Project" half-day workshop and dinner on May, 14 2014 at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo, featuring special guest Rev. Dr. Michael Barry, author of The Forgiveness Project. The workshop will go from 9:00 a.m.- noon, registration at 8:00 a.m. The dinner portion will be held in the evening, starting with a silent auction at 5:00 p.m., with dinner to follow and a short program. See flyer for more info! click here for more
"What Works" in Therapy with Scott D. Miller Ph.D.
Medaille College & the Mental Health Association of Erie County, Inc. present "WHAT WORKS" IN THERAPY: A full-day mental health workshop with Scott D. Miller, Ph.D. on Friday, March 28 | 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m Held at The Twentieth Century Club of Buffalo. Workshop will include continental breakfast & lunch. To Register visit: www.medaille.edu/health
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The Nurtured Heart Approach Parenting Series returns March 2014!
The Nurtured Heart Approach: Helping Children Flourish Emotionally, Academically & Socially. Is your child in control of your home, your life? Have you tried everything you know and feel afraid of the future? The Nurtured Heart Approach (NHA) can help you regain your parent power and re-build the love you want in your home and the success you desire for your children. click here for more