The Mental Health Association Plans Chicopee, Massachusetts, Operations
The company will buy and renovate an approximately 78,378-square-foot building which will house its mental health programs and residential and support services. Construction is scheduled for completion in February 2024.
“We are thrilled to announce our move to this new facility,” said Mental Health Association, Inc. President and CEO Cheryl Fasano. “This move represents a significant investment in our mission and demonstrates our commitment to providing quality services to the people in our care.”
The project is being supported by a $6,543,000 tax-exempt bond issued by MassDevelopment.
“Mental Health Association, Inc. will soon be able to seamlessly transition its headquarters and programs into a renovated space in the Gateway City of Chicopee, expand services for the community, and create dozens of new jobs,” noted MassDevelopment President and CEO Dan Rivera. “Access to mental health care is an essential part of helping people thrive personally and professionally, and this leading nonprofit has a long history of delivering services for individuals and families across western Massachusetts.”
Mental Health Association, Inc. provides access to therapies for emotional health and wellness; services for substance use recovery, developmental disabilities, and acquired brain injury; services for housing and residential programming; and more.
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