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May 2020

Mental Health Awareness Month

During this year's Mental Health Awareness Month our theme is “Tools 2 Thrive” which will include fun, lighthearted strategies to bring balance and a brief respite to the stress of today’s COVID-19 uncertainty.

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We are gradually transitioning to full-capacity by phone and on-line platforms. You can message any staff member by calling 631-471-7242 and entering their extension or hitting # for the directory. Agency clients should be in contact with the staff member who serves them. Press 2 for our Helpline. Press 5 for our 24/7 Veterans shelter.

April Webinar CEU Workshops

The Coronavirus won't stop us from learning! MHAW will be offering CEU workshops as webinars using the Zoom platform during April. Click the link below to find out more.

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We have been named a Top Workplace!

We are proud to receive an award by Newsday as one of the Top Workplaces on Long Island! We placed seventh in the mid-size (150-499 employees) division. Over 16,000 people participated in the survey from 117 companies.

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Family Support Groups

Family Support Groups are for relatives and friends of persons in recovery from mental illness. They are facilitated by practitioners and include periodic guest speakers and presenters in response to the interests and needs of group participants.

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Receive Free Mental Health First Aid Training

We offer free Mental Health First Aid training as part of our #MHStrong initiative, funded by a grant from the federal Substance Abuse Mental Health Services Administration. Click "Learn More" for details.

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MEET WANDA!

Meet Wanda: Home and Community Based Services (HCBS) Education Support and Peer Support client. Watch the video to hear from Wanda first-hand about her journey as HCBS's first client. Click to watch the video!

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Peer Support Goes Mobile

This initiative aims to reach those pursuing recovery from emotional distress — including Veterans — on Long Island. According to C.E.O. Michael Stoltz, “We hope to reach people who need help and support by utilizing the same technology that has enabled their isolation."

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