Grant Will Fund Renovation of Affordable Sober Housing to Support Men, Women and Veterans in Recovery
The CDC’s statistics are sounding an alarm we all need to hear: In America, people are now dying at a faster rate and at an earlier age as a result of conditions that are preventable.
Connecticut Business Systems Knows MHA Matters
MHA launches “Good To Go” to help those in respite crisis
"Now that I have a lot to lose, I want to catch myself before I wreck myself.”
"I was scared and about to be evicted when Jenni Pothier from MHA came to visit me and told me about TPP. Her visit changed my life.”
Where did the summer go? Those once empty streets which made for such an easy morning commute are now filled with yellow school buses and children eager to replace their flip flops and Frisbees with backpacks and blackboards. Perhaps for some that may be true, but for others, the thought of returning to school isn’t [...]
Susan moved to a new MHA residence for people with an Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). Four years ago, she suffered multiple strokes, but with therapy and hard work she recovered her ability to speak. And is now helping to give voice to others.
Last year alone, drug overdoses killed 72,000 Americans. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, that record number reflects a 10% increase from the year before. In Massachusetts alone, there were more than 2,000 deaths due to overdose in 2017. It’s an epidemic that we, as a community, must fight. Last week, Governor [...]
September means back to school supplies and that means a new set of financial challenges for families...