FHE Health Helps Raise $12,000 for Therapy Dogs as First Responder Paws Luncheon Sponsor

FHE Health, a healthcare institution providing personalized treatments for those with substance addictions and behavioral health disorders, is proud to be the lead sponsor for the First Responder Paws luncheon, which raised $12,000 to support the acquisition and training of new therapy dogs.

“We are thrilled to continue our long-standing partnership with Moreno and his incredible organization while giving back to our local community of Broward County,” said Sherief Abu- Moustafa of CEO and Founder of FHE Health. “We know the difference therapy dogs make to the mental health of our first responders. The outpouring of support at the First Responder Paws luncheon was incredible.”

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Foundation Leaders Like Sherief Abu-Moustafa Share Ways Students Benefit From Scholarships

Scholarships provide much-needed financial assistance to post-secondary students. But did you know that scholarships can offer more than just financial relief? There are many benefits that students can experience by winning scholarships, like the scholarships granted by Sherief Abu-Moustafa and his team. Here are a few ways that students benefit from scholarships.

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FHE Health is Proud to Provide Admission Scholarships to Patients in Need

Patients that are seeking addiction and behavioral health treatment who cannot afford care can still receive treatment through admission scholarships.

“We help patients obtain financial support because everyone deserves to be able to improve the quality of their life, be free from addiction, and receive care for their mental health conditions.” said Sherief Abu-Moustafa, CEO and Founder of FHE Health.

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Sun Health Center Provides Leading Care for Patients with Traumatic Injury, Addiction, and Mental Health Conditions

Through Neuro Therapy and IV Therapy, Sun Health Center is helping thousands of patients in Southern Florida experience optimal mental health and recovery.

“At Sun Health Center, we believe in the effectiveness of Neurotherapy to treat a variety of mental health conditions and make our patients’ lives better,” said Sherief Abu-Moustafa, CEO, and Founder, who has spent more than two decades helping patients have better mental health and brain function. “We are proud to serve the South Florida community and patients around the country who come to us for leading neuro and IV therapies.”

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Interview With FHE Health CEO Sherief Abu-Moustafa

Sherief Abu-Moustafa’s passion for helping more Americans access effective treatment and achieve long-term recovery inspired him to found FHE Health, a behavioral health provider that has been providing quality services in South Florida since 2002. For over 25 years he’s worked tirelessly on the front lines of this important cause—both locally here within our community as well nationally at large!

Sherief Moustafa has been recognized for his achievements in the substance addiction and mental health treatment facility. He is still going strong with FHE Health, which provides long-term recovery opportunities to those seeking it across America!

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Interview with Sherief Abu-Moustafa

Sherief Abu-Moustafa has been a leading voice for quality substance abuse and mental health care in the South Florida community, both on a national stage.

In 2002, Sherief Moustafa founded FHE Health to help more Americans access effective treatment while achieving long-term recovery. Since then thousands have found hope at his facility through their dedicated staff’s efforts towards providing them with excellent services that will provide you all that you’re looking forward to: A new life free from drugs or alcohol—filled only by love for oneself and family.

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What Are The Six Types of Empowerment For Women

When we talk about women’s empowerment, it’s important to remember that there is no one-size-fits-all definition. Empowerment looks different for every woman, and many types of empowerment exist.

Sherief Abu-Moustafa agrees that in its simplest form, women’s empowerment is the process of giving women the power to control their own lives. This can be done through education, access to resources, and opportunities for self-improvement.

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Five Ways To Get Started As A Community Leader

When you love the community you live in, it’s only natural that you want to make it a better place. But where do you start? FHE Health President and leading voice in the South Florida community, Sherief Abu-Moustafa, believes that anyone and everyone can make a significant impact in their area by becoming a community leader. In this article, we’ll discuss his tips for getting started.

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6 Lifestyle Choices That Can Empower Women

Female empowerment is essential to the health and social development of individuals, families, communities, and countries. The empowerment of women is something that has been in the works for a while now. It all started with the women’s suffrage movement and has continued throughout the years.

When women are living safe, fulfilled and productive lives, they can reach their full potential contributing their skills to the workforce and can raise happier and healthier children, according to World Vision.

Women can empower themselves in many ways and experts like Sherief Abu-Moustafa share some of the most effective lifestyle choices to increase female empowerment.

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The Shatterproof Program at FHE Health is Helping First Responders Across the Nation

Launched by addiction rehab center FHE Health in 2016, the Shatterproof program helps First Responders and members of law enforcement across the nation with addiction, trauma, and other mental health issues.

“We started this program as an extension of the focus of FHE Health serving as a resource for public needs,” said CEO and Founder of FHE Health, Sherief Abu-Moustafa. “And addressing the growing need to help first responders with addiction, PTSD, and depression mental health issues.”

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