The Mental Health Association of Westchester offers person-centered and recovery-oriented behavioral health services and programs for veterans and families. They are now Westchester's only federally designated Certified Community Behavioral Health Clinic (CCBHC).
MHA Westchester's enhanced services provide greater accessibility, substance use treatment and integration of physical health care. No one is denied services due to financial means. They offer a sliding scale fee structure based on federal Financial Assistance Program guidelines.
The challenges our service members encounter do not end with active duty. Too often, transitioning back into civilian life presents its own difficulties. Veterans are five times more likely to experience depression than the general population, and they are at higher risk for post traumatic stress
disorder and suicide. MHA Westchester staff - trained to understand military culture - provide support for members of the Armed Forces, along with their children, partners and caregivers.
To learn more about their community of care, enhanced services as a CCBHC, and the referral process, please call MHA Westchester's Information and Referral team at 914-345-0700, ext. 7303 or email [email protected].