Clifton Health: Mental Wellness
The Mental Health Association in Passaic County offers programs for the Arabic community to overcome social barriers and stigmas.
"...Raja Salloum is a busy woman. A licensed clinical social worker at the Mental Health Association in Passaic County (MHAPC), her typical day consists of speaking with patients, listening to their issues, and offering advice, therapy and any assistance she can muster from her cozy office at 404 Clifton Ave. in Downtown Clifton."
"Salloum said the most important step in turning a new patient into a regular is to make sure that they are at ease. Therapy sessions are not just about whatever mental illness the patient has, but their overall quality of life..."
Read the article: here
Clifton Merchant Magazine Volume 18 March 2013
Written by By Joe Hawrylko
News and Announcements
Bridging the Gap.. Struggles of the Immigrant Arab Woman
Read Raja Salloum's article here
Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s Peer Recovery WarmLine Receives National Recognition
Read more about it Here!
Please don't forget to check out the updated Guide of Mental Health Services by clicking Here
News And Awards
Second Annual Recovery Walk
This walk raised awareness about substance abuse, celebrated individuals in recovery, and acknowledged the work of treatment and recovery service providers.
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August 2012 Funded by
The Turrell Foundation
The Turrell Fund was founded in 1935 by Herbert and Margaret Turrell. Its principal interest lies in support of organizations that help youth, with special emphasis on the needy youngster.
The Turrell Foundation has donated for the children of the Consumer Parent Support Network.
May 14, 2012 Awarded:
American Psychiatric Foundation