MHA’s Next Event: PASTA FOR A CAUSE
MHA Supporters and Friends,
Please join us for a dining experience to benefit the Mental Health Association of Rockland County. Enjoy a delicious three course dinner for $75.00, or for just $85.00 you can pair your meal with Marcello’s wine selection. In addition to fine food and good company, you will be serenaded by live music from MHA’s very own supporters.
We hope you will share this special pre-Valentine’s Day evening with us and know that the proceeds of this event will go to help people living with mental illness.
Seating is limited to 50 guests so please reserve early. You can purchase tickets on the DONATE section of our website by clicking here, or you can send a check to:
The Mental Health Association of Rockland County
140 Route 303
Valley Cottage, NY 10989
For additional information, please contact Velvet Reda at 845-216-4045. Looking forward to seeing you!
At MHA Rockland, we help people living with mental illness and/or addiction to embrace life and redefine themselves. We also welcome and support families, friends, employers, and colleagues who care about those struggling with these issues. Since opening our doors in 1951, we have touched the lives of more than 50,000 Rockland County residents.
If you’re trying to make a meaningful change in your life, you’ll find it easier with people rooting for you. That’s why we begin to help by connecting people with similar experiences to each other. We do this through residential services, support groups and classes, and conversations with staff who are in recovery themselves.
If you care about someone whose moods or behaviors have been frustrating – or even frightening – you might benefit from learning more about mental illness and/or addiction. This can help you make sense of what has been going on. And you can learn in a classroom setting or in one-on-one conversations with staff who are also family members. Then you can make a plan for helping your loved one – and yourself.
Mental illness and addiction can derail lives. They can make you feel less capable than you actually are. We can help you reframe your illness and define yourself not by your challenges but by your strengths and passions. Ultimately, that is what we’re all about.