Lowell Sun Recognizes ABI Home

Posted by  on Jun 12, 2017

‘Every day is better than the last day’ In Dracut, a new rehabilitative home for the brain-injured By Amaris Castillo acastillo@lowellsun.com DRACUT — A heroin overdose forever altered Robert Francis Marcin’s life. The North Andover native had fallen into drugs as a college student in Connecticut, where he was pursuing a bachelor’s degree in finance. […]


Posted by  on Jan 24, 2017

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan, left, presents the Middlesex District Attorney’s Office September 11th Award to representatives of the Mental Health Association of Greater Lowell, from left, Brian Maxfield, clinical director; Marcia Reni, manager of client quality and information systems; and Daniel Nakamoto, executive director. MHAGL was recognized for its Project CARE (Child Assessment and […]

MHA Fundraiser Reaches The Lowell Sun

Posted by  on Oct 18, 2016

MHA Toast to the Arts The Z-List by Dacey Zouzas, daceyzlist@gmail.com UPDATED:   10/17/2016 09:28:00 AM EDT Megan Kelly of Watertown, Attorney Jock Pearson of Lowell and Middlesex District Attorney Marion T. Ryan of Belmont LOWELL — The Mental Health Association of Greater Lowell held its first Toast to the Arts event on Thursday, Oct. […]

MHA Recieves Votze Butler Charitable Fund of the Greater Lowell Foundation Award

Posted by  on Sep 6, 2016

MHA is the proud recipient of a restricted grant for Project CARE. awarded by the Votze Butler Charitable Fund of the Greater Lowell Foundation to support its efforts to serve children victims of the opioid crisis. Thank you to the Greater Lowell Community Foundation for your support!   Votze Butler Charitable Fund

Eastern Bank Supports MHA

Posted by  on Sep 6, 2016

A Targeted Grant for Project CARE under the Strengthening Families category was approved by the Trustees of the Eastern Bank Foundation.  This grant helps MHA sustain its efforts to serve children victims of the opioid crisis. MHA would like to thank Eastern Bank for their support!  

ABI House Construction Underway!

Posted by  on Jun 2, 2016

        Day by day, week by week, the agency’s new house for individuals with Acquired Brain Injury takes shape.  It is hoped that this new house will be home to four individuals by year end.  Staff who may be interested in working for this house, particularly those with ABI experience, are encouraged […]

DDS Programs prepare for Licensure, Certification

Posted by  on Jun 2, 2016

Management and staff of our DDS programs are working in high gear at this moment in preparation for a licensure and certification review scheduled to begin on June 21st. Though it represents a lot of work, we’re aware that the licensure and certification process improves our services, makes us more responsive to individual’s needs, and […]

Enterprise Bank Supports Project CARE

Posted by  on May 2, 2016

Enterprise Bank Supports Project CARE At a recent meeting at DCF Area Offices in Lowell, Project CARE gained a new partner in its work to provide crisis response services to children affected by the opiate overdose of a loved one.  The cooperative program links the work of Lowell Police and other first responders, the District […]

Pilot program will C.A.R.E. for opioid crisis’ youngest victims

Posted by  on Apr 26, 2016

Please click the link below to view an article from the Providers Council Newspaper discussing MHA’s new Project C.A.R.E initiative. The Newspaper of the Providers Council April 2016

Spring brings New Beginnings to MHA programs

Posted by  on Apr 8, 2016

After extensive renovations to both the interior and exterior, our new group living apartments have opened. The two-story house with front and back porches is now home to CBFS clients. With local housing prices becoming out of reach for many individuals, MHA’s investment in this project represents our commitment to supporting the broad needs of […]