The Ganley Foundation provides educational presentations for schools and community organizations on the topics of mental health, stress reduction, depression, and suicide prevention. These heartfelt and empowering presentations…
Bergen County’s Division of Mental Health became a trailblazer in the movement to end the stigma associated with mental illness by asking Bergen County towns to designate themselves Stigma-Free. Mahwah’s town council and mayor have signed a resolution declaring Mahwah a Stigma-Free Zone!
Learn what to do in case of an overdose and how to administer the lifesaving, overdose reversal agent known as Naloxene or Narcan. Narcan is the antidote to an opioid overdose and you can get your kit for free.
When there are any visitors in your house, your medicine cabinet can be open game for drug thieves. In fact, 70% of drug addicts reported that they started their addiction to prescription medications from family, friends and strangers’ medicine cabinets.
Dr. Bradley’s respect-based philosophy is at the heart of the presentations he has given to thousands of parents who are seeking ways to communicate with their adolescent children. It’s also something he practices daily as he and his wife raise their two children.
Provided for children to from underserved areas of the community, the annual Holiday Party provides gifts, food, activities and other entertainment for local kids ranging in age from 2 – 20. Gifts are provided from donations by the MMA, local citizens and local businesses.
CyberSafety works to provide parents with a broad education about the internet and its potential threats. The presentation covers popular trends in the use of email, text messaging, social networking sites as well as mobile phone media capabilities.
The Mahwah Substance Abuse Program provides children with the skills needed to recognize and resist the subtle and overt pressures that cause them to experiment with drugs or become involved in gangs or violent activities.
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