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Mental Health Awareness

Greater MetroWest ABLE has been dedicated to raising awareness and eliminating stigma surrounding mental illness. As a vigilant advocate for our Jewish community, ABLE stands on the front lines advocating for a day when no individual or family will struggle alone. Greater MetroWest ABLE, in partnership with Jewish Family Service of MetroWest NJ and the Eric Eliezer Levenson Foundation for Hope, has compiled a Mental Health Resource Guide with information, guidance, and resources to help navigate the services available to those in our community.

In response to the national mental health crisis our teens and young adults are experiencing, we have developed a directory of specific resources addressing the needs of this age group. Check out the resources below, share them, and let us know if there are additional resources we might want to consider.

Please note the following designations:

  • LJ indicates a local Jewish community resource
  • L indicates a local resource
  • J indicates a Jewish community resource
  • N indicates a national resource
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From the OP-Fed Blog

Dedicated to the Well Being of Our Young People

Rebecca Wanatick, Ed.M.|May 2
Be Well grant will help support the mental health and well-being of teens and young adults, their parents, and the professionals who engage with them....