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.
Each year on the fourth day of July, people across the country celebrate Independence Day with fireworks, parades and patriotic displays of red, white and blue. Importantly, we celebrate being a great nation that believes in freedom for all. At MHA (Mental Health Association), “Independence Day” is actually something we celebrate throughout the year. Based here in Western Mass, MHA is a non-profit provider of residential and support services for individuals and [...]
SPRINGFIELD, MASS. – Kimberley A. Lee, a recognized leader in the nonprofit sector of the Western Mass region, has joined the staff of MHA, a nonprofit provider of residential and support services to people impacted by mental illness, developmental disabilities, substance abuse and homelessness. Lee is taking on the newly-created role of Vice President of Resource Development and Branding for MHA. “Kim Lee is the first member of our leadership [...]