Mental Health Association Looking At Partnerships

Image by the Mental Health Association (MHA)

JAMESTOWN – In a message from the Mental Health Association’s Executive Director, Steven Cobb, changes are coming, and it starts with partnerships.

Specifically Cobb highlighted the developments in Dunkirk stating that the ribbon-cutting in March for the Safe Point Lighthouse marks an important step in addressing the opioid crisis locally.

In high hopes the MHA has partnered with the Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene to provide peer coach specialist services.

Other partnerships include the United Way of Southern Chautauqua County, as well as being part of the Chautauqua County Overdose Data to Action team.

Located in both Jamestown and Dunkirk, the Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County offers support groups and individual coaching for people looking to improve their lives. Using peers to share their personal stories to help people find recovery in their own lives in their own way.

To learn more about the Mental Health Association, call (716) 661-9044 or visit or

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