OCTOBER 23, 2023
ALBANY, NY: The Mental Health Empowerment Project, Inc. (MHEP) is thrilled to announce its recent acquisition of a new home at 204 Second Street in the vibrant Arbor Hill neighborhood of Albany. This exciting move represents a significant step forward for MHEP as it deepens its commitment to the local community and expands its capacity to provide valuable mental health resources.
A NEW CHAPTER BEGINS.
The decision to move to 204 Second Street marks a pivotal moment in the journey of the Mental Health Empowerment Project. This new location symbolizes our dedication to fostering positive change and building stronger connections within the Arbor Hill community and beyond.
COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP AND ENGAGEMENT.
MHEP is eager to become an integral part of the Arbor Hill neighborhood and collaborate with community members to enhance mental health awareness and support. By establishing our roots in this vibrant community, we aim to contribute to the overall well-being of its residents.
OFFERING RESOURCES TO THE COMMUNITY.
Our new home at 204 Second Street provides an inviting space where individuals can access a wide range of mental health resources, support programs, and advocacy initiatives. MHEP remains committed to empowering individuals on their mental health journeys and is excited to open its doors to serve the needs of the community.
To celebrate this exciting move, MHEP will be hosting community events and open houses in the coming months. These events will provide an opportunity for community members to explore our new space, learn about our programs, and engage in discussions about mental health and empowerment.
JOIN US IN THE CELEBRATION.
We extend an invitation to all community members, local organizations, and stakeholders to join us in celebrating this milestone. Together, let us create a welcoming and supportive environment where mental health is prioritized, and individuals can thrive.
CONNECT WITH US.
For more information about our new location, upcoming events, or to learn more about the Mental Health Empowerment Project, Inc., please visit www.mhepinc.org or contact us at 518-434-1393.