Debra Fine, formerly CEO of non-profit Project Access and advocate for proactive mental illness treatment in the USA, was named to the Board of Directors of Maple Center.
“I think that I’m the newest member of the BOD for The Maple Counseling Center (TMCC). TMCC is an excellent organization with a 30 year history offering mental health counseling and therapy to all who need help. After Cedars Sinai Medical Center began phasing out their psychiatric program in late 2011 and at least 50% of our mentally ill are being jailed, we MUST have our communities fill this huge gap and need. The Maple Counseling Center provides low fee counseling in Los Angeles on an outpatient basis.”
~ Debra Fine
The Maple Counseling Center stated mission is “to provide low cost comprehensive mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and groups throughout Los Angeles County, and to provide training for interns and counselors who are working towards licensure in the mental health field.”
The Maple Counseling Center is located at:
9107 Wilshire Boulevard,
Beverly Hills, California 90210
You can call: (310) 271-9999
Mon – Thurs, 9am to 9pm
Friday, 9am to 5pm
Saturday 9am to 1pm
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Debra Fine is on the Board of Trustees for Save the Children. She has been a member since February 2013.
Debra has also been on the board of directors for the following organizations:
Board of Directors, Step Up on Second
Corporate Board Member, Women Directors
Board of Directors, Equity Marketing (Public, Audit Chair and Compensation Chair)
Board of Directors, Tech Coast Angels
Debra Fine has been working with young women on surviving and thriving through trauma since 2006. She has been on many non-profit boards and was the CEO of Project-Access, a non-profit organization that supplied food, jobs and children’s education to those in low income housing.
Debra Fine has been the CEO of children’s educational media companies and been an executive at outstanding companies such as The Walt Disney Company and Small World Toys. She is an angel investor, was a venture capital director for Entertainment Media Ventures and is now very active in mentoring women through the “Lean In” movement with Young President’s Organization and “WIN,” Women in YPO (CEO’s of top companies worldwide).
Debra Fine‘s business background, combined with her personal non-profit work, has made her an empowered individual who has chosen to use this background to help communities become safer, mental health resources to become more available and to author, speak and report on issues that affect our physical and mental health.