• Adult WRAP – 8 Weeks on Zoom!

  • Jenkins Staff Peer Support Line

  • Giving is Gorges – May 20, 2020

  • Jenkins Center *Unofficial* Virtual Hangout

COVID – 19 and MHATC services

The Mental Health Association in Tompkins County offices are closed and staff are working from their homes. If you need support, advocacy or information, you can email info@mhaedu.org or find specific program contact information on their website at www.mhaedu.org. You can also leave a message on their Facebook page at 

The Jenkins Center is closed. If you need peer support, please email JenkinsCenter@mhaedu.org or call 607 277-PEER (7337). Someone will get in touch with you. You may also visit their Facebook page for information or to leave a message at

To support one another during this time of social distancing, the Jenkins Center members have also created an unofficial ” virtual hangout.” You can access the hangout here https://hubs.mozilla.com/kjMdDqa/jc-club-room


Call 2-1-1 for up-to-date information about COVID-19. Operators will have the most up-to-date information and guidance provided by the Tompkins County Health Department.

Suicide Prevention & Crisis Services of Ithaca – call 607-272-1616 or 800-273-8255

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline open 24/7.Call 1-800-273-TALK, or The Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741741 

We Connect Recovery– Online recovery support groups will be available daily. They are open to anyone who is dealing with substance use, mental health concerns, disordered eating, as well as any other quality of life concerns. Everyone is welcome no matter your pathway to recovery or recovery status.https://www.weconnectrecovery.com/free-online-support-meetings

211 Tompkins Cortland at https://hsctc.org/211-services-directory/ for information about area food pantries.

LOAVES & FISHES IS SERVING MEALS-TO-GO Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm and Tuesday & Thursday from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

FoodNet Meals on Wheelsof Tompkins County – 607-266-9553 – various programs available to bring meals to seniors and/or individuals under the age of 60 who are ill and/or homebound.

“To Understand and Improve the Mental Health of Our Community”

The Mental Health Association in Tompkins County is committed to developing and supporting the active involvement of ordinary people (including providers, family members and recipients) in all aspects of mental health; these include the definition of needs, the promotion of community and the provision of services. We also support the human and civil rights of people who use mental health services, and will educate the community on all perspectives concerning mental health and mental health disabilities.