Established in 1948, the Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health, Inc. (WWAMH) is a not-for-profit provider of community mental and behavioral health services. Through the programs of WWAMH Behavioral Care, the Agency assists children, adults and families to develop stability and explore opportunities for growth. WWAMH is committed to listening to the voice of the service recipient, and to collaborating in creative ways with other service providers in the community.
WWAMH is funded through private donations, contracts with state and county departments and through fees charged for some of its services. No one is refused service because of inability to pay. WWAMH’s clinical and all programs receiving county or state funding are operated under the supervision of County Community Services Boards. Membership and community support are important to WWAMH, since many of the people served are without insurance or income.
Hudson River United Services
Hudson River United Services (HRUS) is a collaboration of six human service agencies that serve individuals and families in an eight county region of New York. Each agency is a well-established organization rooted in the community with a rich tradition of client and community-centered values and services. The HRUS agencies are:
Equinox (Albany County)
Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene Counties
Mohawk Opportunities (Schenectady County)
Transitional Services Association (Saratoga County)
Unity House (Rensselaer County)
Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health
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