Middletown. Mental Health Association to honor Carly Glasse with community service award

| 07 Aug 2020 | 10:58

    Mental Health Association in Orange County, Inc. (MHA) will hold its annual neeting and will honor staff and the community with a Recognition Ceremony on Thursday, Sept. 17, at 4 to 5:30 p.m.

    Due to COVID-19, this event will be held virtually this year. MHA’s Annual meeting will precede the Community Service Recognition Ceremony.

    MHA is pleased to recognize Carly Glasse from Limoncello at the Orange Inn in Goshen with the 2019 Invisible Children’s Program and Housing Program Community Service Award.

    “Our mission continues to be fulfilled daily thanks to the support of community-minded individuals like Ms. Glasse,” said MHA Executive Director Nadia Allen. “Her valuable contributions are vital to our success.”

    MHA is a private, not-for-profit organization seeking to promote the mental health and emotional well-being of Orange County residents. Under the leadership of a volunteer Board of Directors, MHA’s staff members, consultants and volunteers provide free mental health and safety net services to thousands of Orange County residents each year. In addition, MHA staffs and volunteers answer calls, provide companionship, public education, direct services and assist with fund raisers.

    If you need to talk to someone, have symptoms of a mental illness, substance use disorder or have been sexually assaulted, Dial 311 to connect with a trained counselor 24/7.

    If you are a teenager and prefer texting, reach out to Text4Teens by texting 845-391-1000 every day 24/7.