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Welcome to the Mental Health Association in Niagara County

The Mental Health Association in Niagara County has been serving the community for 50 years, working to promote wellness through advocacy, education and community service programs.

We are a non-for-profit organization that provides services for a range of ages and needs. We offer workshops in stress management and advocacy for those with mental illness. We offer support services for families with children diagnosed with a mental health disorder, and support groups for topics like depression, anxiety and grief.

Please consider supporting us so we can help others! You can become a member, provide a donation, or volunteer.



Help Line


716-433-5432

The Help-Line now has one phone number which covers all of Niagara County. Just call 716-433-5432. This number replaces the previous numbers for Niagara Falls and North Tonawanda, which are no longer in service.

Download the latest edition of the Help Book here

The Mental Health Association in Niagara County is proud to present our newly designed website. In our quest to serve you better, this is only the first step in making our programs and services more accessible. Even more features and content will be coming soon! We hope you will find this new site helpful and easy to use. If there is something you can't find, please let us know.







Events

Robin Williams Films Showing over Labor Day Weekend - From August 29-September 1, the Transit Drive-In will feature a Robin Williams Movie Triple Feature: Hook. Jumanji, and Good Will Hunting. Proceeds will benefit the Mental Health Association in Niagara County. Thank you Transit Drive-in!

"Recycling Makes a Difference" campaign - we are waiting to hear the results from Modern Disposal on the Facebook  voting. Thanks to all of you who voted for us between August 4 -15.

Visit our Events page for more information!


Agency News:

Our 50th Anniversary Celebration was a great success! Thank you to all those who supported the event, and to those of you who support us all year through your gi ving and volunteer service. We couldn't do it without you!

Cost increase for the HELP Book - Our directory of community services, known as the Help Book, will be available for fifty cents a copy starting February 1. This is an increase of twenty-five cents, and the new price will help the MHA cover the cost of printing.


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MHA: The Information and Referral Specialists
Mental Health Association of Niagara County
36 Pine Street
Lockport, New York 14094
Phone: 716-433-3780
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