28
November
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Bring Holiday Cheer to People with Mental Health Issues

Please join us by participating in the MHA Holiday gift giving program.  We are once again collecting new, unwrapped gifts to be distributed during the holiday season, to people of all ages in our community-based programs and MHA residences in Ulster County. Please click here to donate by credit card.  You can designate what program the…

20
April
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Now Accepting Dr. Edward Shea Memorial Scholarship Applications through May 12th

Applications are now being accepted for the Dr. Edward Shea Memorial Scholarship.  The $500.00 scholarship will be awarded to a resident of Ulster County. Applicants must be students entering the second, third, or fourth year of college, nursing, or graduate school, majoring in a mental health related field. The deadline for applications in May 12,…

19
December
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NEW BILINGUAL PROGRAM at MHA

MHA is proud to announce a new, bilingual program for parents, Growing in Families. This program will provide parents with tools that will help them to develop parenting skills to make communication a better source of education and to identify different venues to advocate for their children. See our brochure for more information. MHA se…

6
September
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Matters Helping All Parents: Understanding Child/Adolescent Development Week 1

Developmental psychology is the study of physical, cognitive, social, and emotional changes that occur throughout the lifespan. Check out these entertaining and educational videos, which provide a solid (and somewhat fast-paced) overview of child and adolescent development: The Growth of Knowledge: Crash Course Psychology  #18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nz2dtv--ok Monkeys and Morality: Crash Course Psychology  #19 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcQg1EshfIE Adolescence:…

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August
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Matters Helping All Parents: School Achievement Week 4

  “Between homework, extracurricular activities, responsibilities at home, and other challenges, many of today’s students struggle to get it all done and reach expectations set by themselves, their families, and their schools.” Tips For Reducing Your Child’s School Stress: Be Realistic Cut Back on Commitments Be the Parent Reduce School Stress: Stay Organized Get Help…

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