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Part of my support network in surviving the loss of my son seven years ago. more
MAPS is an effective non profit which is doing groundbreaking research on novel treatments for PTSD. MAPS cares about results,... more »
- Santa Cruz, CA
WeSPARK is a wonderful supportive environment offering a wide variety of counseling, alternative health, and therapy services,... more »
- Sherman Oaks, CA
The alliance of hope for suicide survivors is an essential on-line, necessary, website providing incredible emotional, social... more »
- Evanston, IL
Through MARR I was able to take charge of my life. I wanted a life free from alcohol and drugs and MARR gave me the tools to... more »
- Doraville, GA
Jim at Sober Living wrote:
Hi - I'm Jim deVarennes - President & Founder of Sober Living America. Since this is a review, I’ll try to be as objective... more »
- Atlanta, GA
Since the death of my brother-in-law in a tragic accident I have observed the transformation of a beloved sister through grief... more »
- Simi Valley, CA
DM Dorman wrote:
This summer was the first time my son (and I) participated in KoH. To say it was an awesome experience is an understatement. The... more »
- Monument, CO
The Trevor Project offers a completely unique and vital service to the youth of America who are conflicted, not only by their... more »
- West Hollywood, CA
I had been abused by my former "pastor" for years. When it came out, someone told me about The Hope of Survivors and I... more »
- Sonoma, CA
dale wang wrote:
Responsive to the community -- Connect to Care is helping many members of the Jewish community get back on their feet. Havorah... more »
- White Plains, NY
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.