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Mental Health Players

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The Players is a troupe of trained amateurs serving the community by promoting (1) the examination of alternative strategies for problem solving and (2) public awareness and sensitivity to community mental health problems through the technique of role-playing.

Presentations are offered for the purpose of portraying a specific problem having specific effects on individuals in a specific setting. The audience responds to the portrayal with alternative problem-solving ideas. The critical concept is the fact that behavior is truly a matter of personal choice which can be altered in the light of new and relevant information.

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About BHSN


22 U S Oval - Suite 218, Plattsburgh, NY 12903, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to strengthen individuals, families and community life by delivering a behavioral health care and human service system that provides an integrated continuum of essential, responsive, and cost-effective services.


BHSN has emerged as the leader in behavioral health services in the northernmost area of New York State bordering Canada and Vermont. Located along the shores of Lake Champlain, BHSN has over 14 sites which comprise its 2 5 programs and administrative facility. Our administrative offices are located in the City of Plattsburgh. Clients live or are seen at various locations which meet their needs throughout the tri-county area of Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties in northeastern New York State.

Advocacy & Human Rights


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2155 State Route 22BMorrisonville, NY 12962


  • Theater Arts
  • Storytelling
  • Acting


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 15
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3 hours per vignette volunteer experience
  • See more info: under Advocacy

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