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Mental Health Services

The Naomi Cohain Foundation

15 Engle Street
Suite 100B
Englewood, NJ  07631

ArtWorks, The Naomi Cohain Foundation, is dedicated to the establishment and support of creative and performing art exhibitions, titled Express Yourself , that feature the works of children and young adults suffering from life-threatening and chronic illnesses .

ArtWorks recognizes the need these children and their siblings have to express their innermost thoughts and feelings, create an escape from the reality of their current situation and allow others to enter their hearts and minds. The exhibition provides all participants with something to work towards and look forward to during the many months of preparation.

Express Yourself exhibitions create a supportive environment where young patients and their families are honored for their courage and celebrated for sharing their life experiences. Through our continuous efforts in raising awareness about the importance of art therapy, we hope to eventually raise significant funds that will enable us to help implement creative art therapy programs in hospitals that are financially unable to support them.

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Help & Hope

275 Seventh Avenue
22nd Floor
New York, NY  10001

CancerCare, established in 1944, is the oldest and largest nonprofit organization dedicated to providing emotional support, information, and practical help to people with cancer and their loved ones. All services are provided free of charge to people of all ages, with all types of cancer, at any stage of the disease. CancerCare’s reach also extends to family members, friends, caregivers, and professionals. Its full range of comprehensive services include: counseling for individuals, groups, and families; financial assistance; and educational workshops

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