As a result, we will offer telephonic/telehealth services for the following programs:

  • PROS

  • Care Coordination / HCBS

  • MCAT (Mobile Crisis Assessment Team)

  • Peer Services

  • Children and Families Services


Child Advocacy Center and REACH will have limited office hours. 

Residential Services will continue to operate following guidelines and regulatory waivers issued by Federal and State Governmental Agencies.


For everyone’s protection our buildings are closed to visitors.


MHA has provided resources to help you with your mental health

and wellness during these trying times.



We will get through this and at the end be a stronger community

supporting mental health and wellness for Columbia and Greene Counties.

See our Resources page for more contacts.

MHA COVID-19 Response

MHA is taking steps to assure the health and safety of those we serve and our staff.

Mental Health and Coping During COVID 19


COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS) Information and Resources


New York State Department of Health



Fact Sheets from CMS:

(Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services)

Columbia County Department of Health


Greene County Department of Health

COVID- 19 Information for Providers

Guidance from NYS Office of Mental Health:

For behavioral health providers

Guidance from NYS Department of Health:

For healthcare providers:

Our Mission - The mission of the Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties

is to provide education and advocacy, and to enhance the well being

of individuals, families and communities.

Our Vision -  The Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties, Inc. will be a community leader in education, prevention, rehabilitation and recovery.

We will ensure inclusion and the fair and equal treatment of people with mental illness.

We will accomplish this through effective, innovative, and collaborative programming provided by a dedicated staff working  in a dynamic, responsibly managed, well respected organization.