Cherry Hill Mayor Susan Shin Angulo welcomed a new outpatient mental health center, The Thrive Network, to the Cherry Hill community with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Sept. 1.
Guests enjoyed a short video about The Thrive Network’s services, followed by the ribbon cutting ceremony, and small group tours.
“There’s no question mental health services and support are more important now than ever, especially for children and teens who have seen their lives turned upside down during this pandemic,” said Angulo.
“That’s why I am so excited The Thrive Network’s new home in Cherry Hill will be able to provide them with a valuable new resource, right at home in their own community. I am proud to welcome them to the township, and wish them success in their efforts to help every member of the family build healthy relationships and fulfilling lives.”
The Thrive Network was founded in 2013 by L. Michelle Codington, MS, LMFT and Lorenzo McFadden who saw a growing need for mental health services that met the specific needs of young children. The Thrive Network provides outpatient mental health therapy to children, families, and adults.
The center is located at 57 Haddonfield Road, Suite 100. More information on can be found at www.thethrivenetwork.com.