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Do You Guys Know Where the Mental Health Center for West Indians at in Brooklyn, NY?

Question by Randy S: Do you guys know where the mental health center for West Indians at in Brooklyn, NY?
A program to go to everyday for West Indians coping with mental illness such as schnizoaffective disorder, bipolar, schizophrenia etc. Please help me.

Best answer:

Answer by Stoner Kid
Is it “Community Healthcare Network Caribbean House Health Center”

If so, it’s located at:
1167 Nostrand Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11225-5417

Their number is (718) 778-0198.

The nearest subway is Sterling Street Station.

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Christina Giles, CalWORKS Program Manager, San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center – Christina Giles, CalWORKS Program Manager, San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center, Inc. talks about the importance of the Holidays at a Winter ev…


As Mental Health Issues Rise at UVa, Students Take Action

Why Am I the One Who Is “selfish” and “self-centered”?

Question by Taylor L: Why am I the one who is “selfish” and “self-centered”?
My husband applied for a job months ago that I wasn’t ever thrilled with. We are expecting our first child in May. We both decided that we would stay in our city to be close to our family because it was important to us. He talked me in to getting pregnant when we did because he assured me that it was the right time. Then he got a tenative offer from this job after 6 months of hearing nothing and he’s now wanting to move us away from our home and family and miss the birth of our child because he’ll be away for training. Everyone seems to think that I’m being wrong with being unhappy about this and that I’m selfish because I just don’t want to blindly uproot our lives and our plans because he’s excited about this job. We have good jobs here. I don’t understand why I’m supposed to just suck it up. He doesn’t seem to care about how I feel about this. He wants this job because he thinks it’s cool and I’m supposed to change everything. Why is everyone treating me like I’m the selfish one?
We have good jobs. And I’m not a military spouse.
OMG, we don’t NEED the job. We’re fine here. He just wants to change careers.

Patrons Oxford Insurance Supports the Center for Grieving Children


Patrons Oxford Insurance supports the Center for Grieving Children – Patrons Oxford Insurance Company is a supporter of a number of charitable comminity organizations in Maine. Recently, Patrons was featured in the “Companies …


Support Groups Erie Times-News

Filed under: center for grieving children

The Alzheimer's Support Group, Meadville area, for those caring for seniors with dementia or Alzheimer's disease, meets the third Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m., Lew Davies Community Center, 1034 Park Ave., Meadville. For information, call (814 …


Psychosexual Disorders: Can People That Were Previously ‘sheltered’ Be at Great Risk?

Question by buffalo_billz_2003: Psychosexual disorders: Can people that were previously ‘sheltered’ be at great risk?
All throughout growing up, you’d always hear people say that the girls or boys having sex way too young(e.g., 12 or 13) would end up deeply regretting it or would probably “need counselling” someday. Ditto for the people that ended up becomming parents at very young ages. Or that the girls who start dating and/or having sex at a young age are prone to become “sl.uts” and act like “wh.ores”.

Loss of a Friend


Loss of a friend – Loss of a good friend and trying to figure out that knock in my car engine.


Tissue bank breakthrough for family pets

Filed under: pet loss grief

Mr Myint just wants owners to be aware that cat and dog tissue donor cards do exist, and they can temper the grief caused by the death of a pet. He said: “Any death of a pet is a loss, but there is something positive here. One donor animal can help others.
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Gazette Calendar of Events

Filed under: pet loss grief

Broken-Hearted Parents Bereavement — Empowering Port Jervis community center, 11 Fowler St., Port Jervis, N.Y., 6:30-8:30 p.m. Dec. 12. Support group meets second Thursday every month. Call 845-313-3743 or 845-741-3558. Dec. 13. Christmas concert …
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Untreated mental health issues costly to employers

Filed under: mental health counseling services

Approximately 26 percent of the population needs mental health services in a given year, but less than one third of those people receive treatment, according to the Mental Health Association of East Tennessee. Most managers are unprepared to deal with …
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News & Notes – Pancake breakfast; cards for veterans; give gift of health

Filed under: mental health counseling services

In lieu of holding a gala, WHAT is asking community members to make a tax-deductible donation that will directly support medical, mental and behavioral health, and nutrition and preventive services for adolescents and young adults whose access to care …


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