By building awareness through the national #ChangeYourMind campaign, we are recognizing and honoring the millions of people living with brain injury
The loving, decades-long friendship between Joan and George is stronger than ever, and it continues to grow...
A Different Kind of Love Story Joan and George have been friends since they first met in the 1970s, when they both lived at Belchertown State School. They moved out at the same time and, being good friends, they stayed in contact despite each living in different residential programs. What they really wanted was to [...]
Dan Hall, who’s 51, has been living at MHA’s Safe Haven residence in Westfield, working toward living in his own place. Safe Haven is a transitional shelter where adults who are chronically homeless and have a mental health diagnosis may reside for up to two years while they get help overcoming barriers to housing. Started [...]
John Moore is an award-winning artist. He typically paints from imagination rather than from reference. His subjects are big and bold, such as volcanoes and fanciful creatures, and his color pallet favors red and black. Dozens of his paintings, mostly on canvas or poster board, are displayed throughout his residence. “I paint a lot and [...]
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Sean is confident that employers should hire more people who have disabilities, because he works hard, does his job correctly, and really wants to be someone people can count on.
Come Join us for our Annual Night of Recognition Thursday, October 10 | 5PM to 7PM Carriage House at Forest Park (enter via Route 5 entrance)
We should not pretend that families can manage all of this on their own. It’s not enough to just love them.”