Mental health organization making changes




GREENFIELD — To better connect with the community it serves and to freshen its brand after over 50 years, Mental Health America of Hancock County officially announced its name change Thursday to Mental Health Partners of Hancock County.

The name change does not signal any breaks in mission or funding as the local agency did not receive funds from Mental Health America, a leading national nonprofit dedicated to the country’s mental health and wellness, executive director Kara Harrison said.

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