Are you looking for an Inclusive Therapist?
Our philanthropic organization provides therapy sessions in-office, in home, and virtual in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
Services through PerformCare for youth with behavioral health or developmental disabilities and their caregivers are provided at no cost to you.
If you are looking for individual or family counseling, you get two free sessions; after that, you get a sliding scale fee based on income.
Access Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Therapy
Who do we serve?
Our philanthropic organization provides adequate mental health services to those who usually can't access them due to the high cost of therapy, disabilities, restricted hours, or language and cultural barriers.
Why choose us?
• We intimately understand the experiences and needs of culturally and linguistically diverse individuals and families
• We communicate effectively in English, Spanish, and American Sign Language.
• We offer compassionate, humane support.
• We help connect with community resources, services, and opportunities.
• We offer guidance to develop new networks of support and meaningful relationships.
• We are in Hammonton, New Jersey but offer our services to all of South Jersey.
Solaida Santiago-Ramos, MSW, LSW
Ethan Mays, LSW
Catherine Cipolla, LCSW
What People Are Saying
"I am pleased with the assistance my family received from Allies in Caring. Our experience has impacted our entire family and strengthened our bonds. There is nothing about the services that I would change. The therapists are welcoming and committed."
Programs aimed at treating mental health
Our Evidence-based Counseling Approaches
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Is a widely used form of psychotherapy that focuses on the relationship between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It is a goal-oriented and time-limited approach that helps individuals understand how their thoughts and beliefs influence their emotions and actions.
Child-Parent Psychotherapy (CPP)
Is a therapeutic approach that focuses on the relationship between young children (usually under the age of six) and their caregivers, typically parents. It is designed to support and enhance the attachment relationship between the child and caregiver while addressing the impact of traumatic experiences or disruptions in their lives.
Trauma-Focus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Is a therapeutic approach specifically designed to help children, adolescents, and their families recover from the effects of trauma. It combines elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) with trauma-specific interventions to address the cognitive, emotional, and behavioral consequences of traumatic experiences.