Prevent Mental Illness with Early Detection, Helping young adults with mental illness, The Zucker Hillside Hospital - Home


What is Mental Illness?

Often friends are the first to notice symptoms of someone in the early stages of mental illness. Getting help early is the first step to preventing mental illness.

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Early Detection of Symtoms

Mental Illness affects an individual’s thoughts, feeelings, behavior and communication. Learn more about the early sysmptons.

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Hope With Early Treatment

Getting help at the earliest possible time is key to feeling better and possibly to preventing mental illness altogether! The RAP program can help.

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ANYONE CAN HAVE MENTAL ILLNESS - A FRIEND, FAMILY MEMBER OR EVEN YOU.

A Little About Us

The RAP Program is a clinic and a research division which works with adolescents and young adults, ages 13 to 25, who are concerned with a recent change in their thoughts, feelings, functioning and behavior. The RAP Program offers the opportunity for teens and young adults to discuss their concerns with mental health professionals, including child and adolescent psychologists, psychiatrists and social workers. Located in The Zucker Hillside Hospital/North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, Glen Oaks, New York.