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Replying to Topic: Aug 22, 2017- Peer-Led Support Group for Frum Women With Depression, Anxiety, Mood Swings in Brooklyn, NY!
Created On 8/3/17 3:48 PM by Sharon-Yad HaChazakah


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Sharon-Yad HaChazakah
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8/3/17 3:48 PM
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Peer-Led Support Group for Frum Women
With Depression, Anxiety, Mood Swings in Brooklyn, NY!

LED BY:

A Trained Peer-Leader from Refa'enu, a NJ-based organization that provides support groups for people with mood disorders such as, but not limited to, bipolar disorder and depression.

WHERE:

Yad HaChazakah-The Jewish Disability Empowerment Center
1389 East 18th Street, (Between Aves M and N) Brooklyn, NY
Lower Level "C" Meeting Room ( Wheelchair Accessible)
Near the Q Train and B9 Bus.

BEGINNING:

Tuesday, August 22, 10:30 AM-12:00 Noon

To be held the First and Third Tuesday of every month barring schedule changes.
Refreshments served.

PLEASE CONTACT:

Sarah
(646)723-3955 or moodgroup@yadempowers.org
Confidentiality will be kept within Yad HaChazakah.




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Sharon Shapiro, Founding Director
Yad HaChazakah-The Jewish Disability Empowerment Center Inc.

Led primarily by Jews with disabilities and chronic health conditions, Yad HaChazakah - The Jewish Disability Empowerment Center Inc. provides support services, advocacy, and educational forums.

Edited: 8/3/17 at 3:52 PM by Sharon-Yad HaChazakah
 
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Please note that this fantastic facilitator was trained by Refa'enu staff, but these groups are not part of the Refa'enu organization.


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Refa'enu is an organization dedicated to increasing awareness in the Jewish community about depression and related disorders and their management.
 
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