Wellness, Education, and Advocacy

Mental Health Association in Ulster County, Inc.

The MHA mission is to engage all people in achieving their optimal mental health by providing innovative and compassionate services that educate, advocate, prevent and heal.  To achieve its mission, the MHA sponsors a variety of educational, advocacy and service programs, including mental health education, rehabilitation, residential services, family and youth support services, and therapeutic foster care. MHA offers the following programs:

MHA’s Wellness Program

The Wellness Program is based upon a clubhouse model where a full spectrum of psycho-social support services can be accessed. The Wellness Services Program is designed to provide “hard rehabilitative services” that include recovery based education, job readiness training, career planning, literacy, social and community skills training and linkages with other community based health services.  "Soft" rehabilitative services are an additional and complementary component to services that include leisure-time planning, the pursuit of personal interests and the development of hobbies and talents in the areas of occupational and art therapies, community integration, and social skills training. 

RAH (Respite, Advocacy, and Health)

The RAH Program is a unique MHA Program in that we are funded by the NYS Office for People With Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) rather than OMH.   The RAH program focuses on serving people whose primary diagnoses are developmental disabilities versus having a primary diagnosis of mental illness. Eligibility for RAH: persons 18+, OPWDD eligible, Resident of Ulster County or Dutchess County, not in residential program or home care services, no severe behaviors, anger, or violence, must be independent with ADLs.

Program hours: Wednesdays from 3:00-7:00pm Saturdays from 10:30-3:00pm (weekly alternating in-house and out-of-house activities)

For more information call 845-339-9090 ext. 2706

Services Available to All

Wellness Resource Coordinators provide education, advocacy, referral, and support to consumers who are trying to obtain or maintain services that help improve their quality of life due to struggles with mental illness. MHA offers a variety of support groups, a list can be found here. Coordinators offer advocacy, assistance navigating the mental health system, non-therapeutic counseling, informal short term case-management, consultation and linkage t service providers and therapeutic groups. This service is free, no insurance is needed, and supporting documentation is not required. People can walk-in, make an appointment, call, or email. Services are available Monday-Friday 9a-5p

Carepath Program

Supportive programming for the family or support system of an individual with mental illness in the first 90 days after treatment. This program is designed to bridge the gap after discharge, and reduce recidivism by changing the individuals environment and building a solid support system. 845-339-9090

Services Available to Professionals

Wellness Resource Coordinators also offer services for professionals in our community. Staff had been called to provide these services at local colleges, schools (students as well as faculty/staff), community groups, businesses, non-profits, etc. ·        

  • Tabling at events to provide awareness, education, or information on any topic related to mental health.

  • Training’s, workshops, and/or Presentations by request or topics pertaining to mental health

  • Training’s and workshops readily available

    • The Brain Architecture Game (Interactive workshop teaching about the Adverse Childhood Experience Study)

    • Mental Health and Wellness 101


 For any questions or information contact a Wellness Resource Coordinator:

Call 339-9090


Email wellnessinfo@mhainulster.com

300 Aaron Court, Kingston NY


Family of Woodstock

Family of Woodstock offers services for children and families, youth and adolescents, and adults, and domestic violence services. Services include case management, child care, parenting education, preventing homelessness, shelter, employment assistance, DV shelter, and anger management services. Visit their website for a full list of services, and more information.

General Questions?
Please fill out our CONTACT FORM

HELPING 24 HOURS A DAY: Hotlines, Walk-In Centers, Emergency Food, Counseling, Case Management, Free Clothing and Household Items

Important: For immediate service, please contact our hotlines by phone. Email and other means of correspondence do not allow us to serve you right away.


FAMILY of Woodstock, Inc.
166 Albany Avenue
P.O. Box 3516
Kingston, NY 12402
(845) 331-7080
Fax: (845) 331-0526
Email: info@familyofwoodstockinc.org
Program hours: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm Mon – Fri


FAMILY of Ellenville
221 Canal Street
Ellenville, NY 12428
(845) 647-2443
Fax: (845) 647-2460
Email: foeh@familyofwoodstockinc.org
Program Hours:9:00 am – 4:30 pm Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
10:00 am – 6:30 pm Wed
Hotline: 24 hours


FAMILY of New Paltz
51 North Chestnut Street
New Paltz, NY 12561
(845) 255-8801
Fax: (845) 255-3498
Email: fnph@familyofwoodstockinc.org
Program Hours: M-Th 10am-5pm, Fri 10am-4pm
Hotline: 24 hours


FAMILY of Woodstock
16 Rock City Road
Woodstock, NY 12498
(845) 679-2485 / 338-2370
Fax: (845) 679-8490
Email: fowh@familyofwoodstockinc.org
Program Hours: Walk-ins: 9:30 am – 9:30 pm
Hotline: 24 hours


Gateway Community Industries, Inc.

Gateway Community Industries, Inc. assists people in choosing, acquiring, using, and maintaining the skills and supports necessary to achieve success and satisfaction in their lives. Gateway offers integrated vocational, therapeutic, residential, and business services. Services include day habilitation, care coordination, residential services, employment assistance, food services, and cleaning services. For more information and a full list of services visit their website.

P.R.O.S. Program

PROS is a comprehensive, psychiatric rehabilitation service that supports people in their journey towards wellness and recovery. These services offer individualized treatment and support in our Center for Rehabilitation, Education, Advocacy, Treatment and Employment.

The Center offers an array of person-centered, goal oriented services designed to assist individuals in:

  • Managing symptoms

  • Developing the skills and accessing the supports needed to be successful and satisfied in chosen life roles

  • Honoring the process of recovery

PROS individual sessions and small groups are offered Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Services are provided by a team of licensed psychiatrists, nurses, clinical social workers, rehabilitation counselors, group facilitators, and alcohol & substance abuse counselors.

Phone Numbers

Residential Services 845-331-1261

Custom Cleaning 845-331-1261

Catering & Food Services 845-331-1261

Just Like Home 845-331-2180

Main Office 845-331-1261

Broadway Kingston 845-802-5850

Job Shop 845-334-9496

Vocational Transition Center 845-339-0155



Joe Cornelske Center

1 Amy Kay Parkway Kingston, NY 12401


Broadway Kingston

635 Broadway
Kingston, NY 12401


Dutchess County

7-8 Mansion St.
Poughkeepsie, NY 12601


National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

The National Alliance on Mental Illness NAMI Mid-Hudson offers FREE Educational Programs and Support Groups For parents, caregivers and families of children, adolescents and individuals that are affected by behavioral/emotional issues and/or mental illness (brain disorder) in Dutchess and Ulster Counties. We also offer a Peer-to-Peer class for Adults living in Recovery and a Adult Recovery Support Group called Connections.

(845) 206-9892



People USA

People USA is a nonprofit organization that provides people living with mental health or substance use issues with the highest quality, effective peer services and behavioral health care. People USA is peer-run, meaning we’re an agency made up of people with their own personal lived experiences with mental health or substance use challenges, recovery, and moving towards wellness. People USA (formerly PEOPLe Inc.) has grown from a grassroots peer advocacy and support organization to become one of the most recognized and respected behavioral health organizations in the United States. For more information visit their website.


People USA – Ulster 
592A Ulster Ave.
Kingston, NY 12401


People USA – Orange / Orange & Ulster Rose House
108 Ulster Avenue
Walden, NY 12586

People USA’s Rose House

Integrated Peer Services

24/7 Warm Lines

Medically Supervised Inpatient Withdrawal & Stabilization

Recovery Center

Employment & Benefits Counseling

Engagement Centers

Peer Advocacy and Support

Supportive Housing

Care Coordination


Ulster County Department of Mental Health

The Ulster County Department of Health and Mental Health offers a wide range of services and programs to County residents designed to prevent illness and ensure their physical, psychological and emotional well–being.

We are proud of our activities in regulating and monitoring community health, educating the public about health issues and concerns, and working with a broad spectrum of community partners to provide preventative health and mental health programs and services that directly benefit the people of Ulster County. For more information visit their website.


Golden Hill Office Building
239 Golden Hill Lane
Kingston, NY 12401
Phone: 845–340–4110
Fax: 845–340–4094 
Hours: 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM 
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