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P.A.'L.A.N.T.E. Harlem has been a driving force for tenants rights and equality. My experience with them has been a very positive and an enlightening. In this current environment in which we live ,... 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.