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Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the premier organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women who are diagnosed with breast cancer. YSC offers resources, face to face connections and outreach so women feel supported, empowered and hopeful. YSC provides information and resources for young women during every phase of treatment and survivorship through peer matching, conferences, and comprehensive Navigator guidebooks and an audio/video library. Navigators and ResourceLink guidebooks can be downloaded electronically; or, hard-copy versions can be ordered and shipped free of charge to healthcare practitioners and patients at any time.
Since 2007 BlackDemographics.com has combined data about African Americans from government agencies, universities, and research centers and applied simple analysis with tables, charts and graphs all in one place. This makes BlackDemographics.com a top resource for information regarding the Black community in America.
National Marriage Seminars is an organization who provides help for pre-marital couples and marriages, as well as, state of the art training for mental health professionals, students, clergy, and other health care providers. We organize, execute and coordinate events from pre-marital one-day workshops, couples weekend retreats, marriage intensives, and Gottman Institute Level 1, 2 and 3 Workshops. For more information email us or visit our website.
Nechi Institute has been a leader in addictions treatment, research, and training for over 40 years. Indigenous people have been diversely affected by colonization which is observable through the abuse and trauma that affects our Indigenous communities. Our courses were developed by and for Indigenous people in response to an overwhelming need to provide culturally appropriate addictions training for treatment.
Edu-Therapy™ is clearly the most current and effective process for dealing with the
conflicting emotions caused by events in our lives that have the potential to create grief. The
process moves grieving individuals from a place of pain and sadness to resolution of the
relationship in a short period of time.
The Grief Edu-Therapy™ Process is a natural adjunct treatment in many mental health,
wellness and addictions environments. Professionals love the dynamic pace of the The Grief
Edu-Therapy™ Process and the eight-session format easily incorporates into most existing
practices and treatment modalities.
"The first and most important benefit of Inspire is instantaneous: realizing that you are not alone with your diagnosis. No matter how remote in the world you may feel or how isolating your diagnosis, Inspire is that corner café or pub where everyone pulls up a chair to meet over shared concerns and learn something new."
Inspire was created with the belief that patients and caregivers need a safe and secure place to support and connect with one another.
We strive to be ethical and transparent, and we never forget that our community is built upon the trust of our members. We place the utmost value on this trust, and maintaining it is our highest priority.
The Kinney Center for Autism Education and Support is a center of learning for undergraduates, graduates and professionals. The latest reports show that 1 in 68 children and 1 in 42 boys have autism. As a result of these growing numbers, the need for well-trained therapists, teachers, healthcare providers, policy makers and advocates is crucial.
The National Widowers’ Organization educates the public about the special needs of men who have lost their spouse or life partner. We do this by promoting the development of support groups for men to manage their grief and adjust to a new life and by advocating for research into mens unique needs to deal with grief and spousal loss.
Our vision is to make appropriate groups available nationwide to all widowers that seek support.
Created and supported by The Moyer Foundation, Camp Mariposa is a national addiction prevention and mentoring program for youth impacted by substance abuse in their families. Children ages 9-12 attend transformational weekend camps multiple times a year, always free of charge. Additional education and mentoring activities are offered to campers, teens, and their families throughout the year giving youth the knowledge, coping skills and confidence to prevent them from developing an addiction of their own. Led by mental health professionals and trained volunteers, Camp Mariposa provides a safe, fun and supportive environment critical to help break the cycle of family addiction across 12 locations nationwide.
Hong Fook Mental Health Association is the leading ethno-cultural community mental health agency with a consolidated culturally competent team in Ontario serving the Asian communities. Established in 1982, Hong Fook provides a continuum of services ranging from treatment of illness to promotion of wellness in the Cambodian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin), Korean and Vietnamese communities.
Through our extensive services and programs, we engage a diverse range of clients, partners, volunteers, and donors who work with us to deliver significant, strong, and sustainable care and change by reducing stigma, encouraging collaboration, and building capacity.