MHA of Rockland Announces Lana Rumore, LMHC, as New Director of Adult Rehabilitative Services

Valley Cottage, NY – July 10, 2019 – The Mental Health Association of Rockland (MHA of Rockland) proudly announces the promotion of Lana Rumore to Director of Adult Rehabilitative Services to lead MHA of Rockland’s Personalized Recovery-Oriented Services (PROS) initiative. In this role, Ms. Rumore will restructure the PROS program by expanding the range of classes, focus on meeting individuals where they currently are and assisting them in obtaining both short term and long-term goals. Ms. Rumore will also lead a renewed focus on education and employment.

PROS was established in 2011 with the purpose of fostering healing and growth through an offering of classes and individual support to adults with complex mental health issues. Its team includes clinicians, group counselors, nurses and psychiatrists. PROS is licensed by the New York State Office of Mental Health. In 2018, MHA Rockland provided services to more than 5,500 county residents.

Since joining MHA of Rockland in 2012, Ms. Rumore has managed various departments, most recently holding the position of Director of Adult Care Management, where she was responsible for overseeing the department which helps connect members with chronic health conditions to various resources in the community in order to foster wellness and independence. Ms. Rumore has also acted as Director of Vocational Services within the agency since 2014 and will continue to promote wellness for children, adolescents and adults in the community by assisting them with vocational opportunities. She holds a Masters of Science in Mental Health Counseling from Pace University and is a certified trainer in Health Literacy and Mental Health First Aid. A Hudson Valley resident, Ms. Rumore is passionate about working within the community and currently oversees the Work Readiness Internship Development Experience (WRIDE) for high school students in the East Ramapo and Spring Valley School Districts. Through WRIDE, students participate in work readiness classes and then seek/obtain paid internships in order to journey in employment.

About the Mental Health Association of Rockland

The Mental Health Association of Rockland helps people living with mental illness and/or addiction to embrace life and redefine themselves. MHA of Rockland also welcomes and supports families, friends, employers and colleagues who care about those struggling with these challenges. Since opening their doors in 1951, MHA of Rockland has touched the lives of more than 50,000 Rockland County residents.


Organizations interested in offering customized MHA of Rockland presentations to their staff on recognizing signs and symptoms of mental health conditions, promoting individual wellness, creating a positive workplace culture, and connecting to resources in the community should contact Velvet Reda, Development Director, at (845) 216-4045,