Mental Health Association in Beaver CountyAlternate Name / Acronym
The Mental Health Association in Beaver County promotes the importance of mental health by:
providing advocacy, support, and socialization programs.
Making a positive impact in the lives of those who strive for improvement in their recovery and quality of life.
Working diligently to change attitudes toward mental illness through education.
The Mental Health Association (MHA) in Beaver County began as the Mental Health Society back in 1954 and is now in its 67th year. It was founded to promote better mental health in Beaver County, to aid in the prevention of mental and emotional disturbances, and to support the establishment of appropriate services for the treatment of mental illness in Beaver County.
The MHA has at its core, recovery focused programs that implement a holistic approach that promotes wellness, welcoming, and support for individuals who have struggled with mental health challenges. Services are provided to residents of Beaver County at no cost.
Licensed provider of Peer Support ServicesLegal Structure
Non-profit corporationFunding Sources
Our services and programs are funded by: Beaver County Behavioral Health, The United Way of Beaver County, grants, donations from individuals, churches, civic organizations, and companies who recognize and value our mission.
|Name*||Title/Description (Executive Director, Vice President, etc.)||Phone Number 1||Phone Number 2||Fax Number||Email Address|
|Joanne Koehler||Executive Directoremail@example.com|
Contact InformationContact Person(s)
|Name*||Title/Description (Intake Specialist, Secretary, etc.)||Phone Number 1||Phone Number 2||Fax Number||Email Address|
|Desiree Alicandro||Office Manager||724.775.4165||724.775.8523||mha@mhabc,org|
|Website*||Title / Description (National, Local office, etc.)|
Mental Health Association in Beaver CountyAddress:
105 Brighton Ave
Beaver CountyServices ProvidedAvailable Hours
8:30AM-4:30PMFees/Cost for Services
No costEligibility Requirements
Representative Payee services-SSI/SSDI benefit recipient or railroad retirement.
Other MHA services; present or past recipient of behavioral health services.
Call MHAHandicap Accessibility
YesLanguages Spoken or Available