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CHE supports diversity and inclusivity and is proud to fundraise for the non-profit, Black Women in Technology

CHE believes community action improves the mental health of both individuals and their communities, so each month we highlight a different non-profit that's working to make positive change. Our current call to action is in support of non-profit organizations such as Black Women in Technology. CHE pledges to match all donations made to Black Women in Technology up to $10,000.

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What Our Clients Are Saying

"I am really grateful to have started working with my therapist. I enjoy the opportunity to be heard and improve my situation in small actionable steps. Each week never goes to waste because I'm committed to becoming the best version of myself and yet we all have our weaknesses. Working with my therapist I have come into greater clarity of how it is I can improve and am encouraged to become the best version of myself."
"Dr. Jill Backfield-Weiss has helped me immensely during this stressful time in my life. She has helped me to better process things that I have going on and to help me feel better about myself as a person. I would highly recommend her to anyone."
"Linda has made me feel very comfortable from our very first session and I am so glad to have found a therapist like her, very helpful and I look forward to my next session. Thank you"

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CHE featured in Crain's Health Pulse New York

"Because we had run these pilots with telehealth, we have been successful at getting rate schedules in place," said Michael Lawler, chief executive of CHE. "Some of the health plans that were difficult to reach, once the pandemic hit, we started receiving inbound messages from them."

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"We Are CHE" Video

Our CHE team has come together during these challenging times to appreciate our caring, hard-working professionals.

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CHE Behavioral Health Services featured on Bloomberg News

Check out CEO Mike Lawler, who is featured on Bloomberg News, discussing the current health crisis and the role of behavioral health.

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