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I am a volunteer at In-Sync. I am very proud to be at a facility that cares so much for the cats that are under our care. We strive daily to make their lives more enjoyable. Our only reward is the... more
There is no other agency like this in our community - truly committed to serving the needs of our youth. Staff have their hearts... more »
- Naperville, IL
After September 11, 2001, when life seemed to stop, Tuesday Children was there reaching out to help us along. They took care of... more »
- Manhasset, NY
New Life provides excellent residential drug and alochol treatment at prices people can afford on a minimim wage job. Their staff... more »
- Santa Cruz, CA
As a TWCFOC volunteer and a local small business owner, I recommend this nonprofit on two levels. Domestic violence impacts the... more »
- Castle Rock, CO
teen challenges are just what they need to be i went through the one in denver and its hard hard but it changed my life it literally... more »
- Columbus, GA
Women In Touch wrote:
Women In Touch s doing great things in the communiy, March 23 is their annual community baby shower. They will host 50 moms to... more »
- Detroit, MI
Te organization worked with probation kids. My son was part of the program Youth and Social responsibility. After the 12 week... more »
- Lynwood, CA
Amanda W. wrote:
In a time where pro-life and pro-choice affiliates are treating each other as mortal enemies, this organization shines through... more »
- San Angelo, TX
Steve Kanne wrote:
I found out about No Drugs America from my wife, Claudia Adams. Together we travel to the High Desert every year to attend No... more »
- Victorville, CA
The main program is a musical-theatre presentation of a family's struggle with an eating disorder and a facilitated talkback.... more »
- Milwaukee, WI
One in four Americans experience mental illness in any given year - approximately 57.7 million people. Whether it's general anxiety, schizophrenia, or bipolar disorder, mental illness is not easy to live with.
When treated, a mental illness can be easy to cope with. But finding the correct treatment can be especially challenging for a low-income family.
Four of the top ten disabilities are considered to be mental illnesses, and depression is supposed to be the number one disability by 2020. Help prevent a rise in mental illness by volunteering at a mental health nonprofit near you.