Capital Region

Mental Health Association in NYS, Inc. (Albany, Rensselaer, Saratoga and Schenectady Counties)
194 Washington Ave Albany, NY 12210

Community Connections of Franklin County
7 Pearl St Malone, NY 12953
Contact: Darren Dumas,

Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc.
Contact: Josh Gray,

Central Region

MHA in Essex County, Inc.
6096 NYS Route 9N Westport, NY 12993
Contact: Alys Quottrocchi,

MHA in Fulton & Montgomery Counties
307-309 Meadow Street Johnstown, NY 12095
518-762-5332 ext. 109
Contact: Nancy

Schuyler County MHA
106 South Perry Street, Suite 4, Watkins Glen NY 14891
Chris Tennant,

MHA of the Southern Tier
47 Broad Ave., Binghamton NY 13904
607-771-8888 ext. 336
Contact: Joanne Weir,

MHA in Tompkins County
301 S. Geneva Street, Suite 109 Ithaca, NY 14850-5443
Contact: Melanie Little,

Long Island Region

Association for Mental Health and Wellness (Suffolk County)
939 Johnson Avenue Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Contact: Alexis Rodgers,

MHA of Nassau County
16 Main Street Hempstead, NY 11550
Contact: Rachel Priest,

Hudson River Region

MHA of Columbia-Greene Counties, Inc.
713 Union Street Hudson, NY 12534
Contact: Lori Kolb Speer,

MHA of Rockland County
140 Route 303, Suite A Valley Cottage, NY 10989
Contact: Brandon Beachamp,

MHA in Ulster County, Inc.
300 Aaron Court Kingston, NY 12401
845-339-9090 ext. 2201
Contact: Jeannette Corrow,

MHA in Westchester County, Inc.
580 White Plains Road,Ste 510 Tarrytown, NY 10591
Contact: Steven Smith,

Western Region

MHA in Chautauqua County
31 Water St # 7, Jamestown, NY 14701
Contact: Joseph Vaughn,

Mental Health Advocates of WNY
999 Delaware Avenue Buffalo, NY 14209
Contact: Bridget McNally,

MHA of Genesee and Orleans Counties
25 Liberty Street Batavia, NY 14020
Contact: Diana Bucknam,

MHA in Niagara County
36 Pine Street Lockport, NY 14094
Contact: Danielle Conlon,


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