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Posted on: October 23, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Hartsdale's Patrice Ingrassia to be honored by Mental Health Association Wednesday evening

Patrice is known by many Greenburgh residents for her efforts promoting a more pedestrian friendly/safe community and for her leadership trying to come up ways to improve the 4 corners in Hartsdale

Many residents of Hartsdale and Greenburgh have appreciated Patrice Ingrassia for her work trying to help the town make Greenburgh a more pedestrian friendly community. And for her efforts trying to improve the 4 corners in Hartsdale.. Patrice is a co founder of Inspired Places LLC which has been leading the effort to transform the failing 4 corners intersection into a revitalized, vibrant neighborhood focused area.  Patrice has done much more - helping to change many people's lives for the better. 

The Mental Health Association of Westchester is recognizing Hartsdale resident Patrice Ingrassia and the Ingrassia Family at their upcoming virtual Gala on Wednesday, October 26th. They are thrilled to honor the Ingrassia Family for their legacy of philanthropy and commitment to building stronger communities.  The Greenburgh Town Board is meeting the same evening but I have invited Patrice and the Mental Health Association to our Town Board meeting on November 9th so we can also recognize both the MHA and Patrice for helping improving the quality of life for many.

Patrice has been a member of the Board of Directors of MHA for 16 years, where her leadership has helped shape countless exciting initiatives and growth opportunities for our agency, which has provided mental health services, advocacy and community education for 76 years. As you know, one of our most recent new services is our partnership with the Greenburgh Police Department, as part of the Mobile Crisis Response Team. They  are proud to help serve community members in need, along with first responders and law enforcement, and are grateful for the opportunity to work with Greenburgh on this vital initiative. 

The  virtual Gala is free to "attend" and open to all - the event will stream at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, October 26th at mha.onlinegalas.org,  They would love for as many Greenburgh residents as possible to cheer on their very own Patrice Ingrassia as she speaks on behalf of her family. 

If you have any questions about  events sponsored by the Mental Health Association  or ways in which community members can help honor Patrice, please don't hesitate to reach out. You can learn more about the extraordinary work of the Ingrassia Family and their  event at mha.onlinegalas.org 
PAUL FEINER

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