From the President and CEO
From the President and CEO

With enormous gratitude and pride we would like to acknowledge our counselors, staff, partners, leaders, volunteers and everyone who supported the New Jersey Hope and Healing (NJHH) program. We appreciate all of the dedicated work, heartfelt caring, and incredible amount of  …

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MHANJ Launches Mental Health First Aid Training Initiative

Mental Health First Aid

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MHANJ Advocacy Work
MHANJ Advocacy Work

A leader in advocacy and government affairs, our comprehensive advocacy focuses on mental health preservation and promotion, with an emphasis on integrating mental health into health care reform and lessening the impact of stigma. We take an active role in  …

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MHANJ News

MHANJ in Ocean County to Offer Free Mental Health First Aid Training in Toms River for Mental Health Awareness Month

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) in Ocean County is offering free Mental Health First Aid training to Ocean County residents in celebration of May as Mental Health Awareness Month. This free training will be provided in two  …

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Recognition at NJAMHAA Awards Reception

Congratulations are extended to Carolyn Beauchamp, MHANJ’s President and CEO, upon receiving the Beacon Award from the NJAMHAA at its Annual Conference Courage & Compassion Awards Reception held last evening. The award honored the exceptional work done by the MHANJ  …

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Emotional Fitness Check-In: How much substance use is too much? Are you or is someone you know at risk for addiction?

How much non-prescribed medication is too much? When does casual drinking border on alcohol abuse? Substance misuse may be hard to recognize but it may also have a huge effect on both physical and mental health. The problem is widespread.   According to the National  …

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MHANJ’s NJMentalHealthCares Helpline Serves as Gateway to Mental Health and Addiction Services for Sandy Survivors

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s New Jersey MentalHealthCares Helpline is now serving as a gateway to clinical outpatient mental health and addiction services as well as inpatient substance use disorder services for survivors of Superstorm Sandy. Anyone interested  …

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Spotlight On ...

Mental Health Association RPOST Program Brings Hope and Assistance to the Most Vulnerable Sandy Survivors

Large numbers of New Jerseyans are still facing a host of challenges related to Superstorm Sandy.  Some families are not back in their homes and financial stability is difficult when trying to pay for a place to live while continuing  …

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Events and Training

Intentional Peer Support Workshop

Intentional Peer Support (IPS) is a communications model established by Shery Mead, MSW/Consumer. IPS is an emerging best practice, embraced by the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services as an effective way for peer providers to interact  …

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Registration Open 2014 Winter — Spring Partial Care Pre-Vocational Training

Approved by the New Jersey Division of Mental Health and Addiction Services, this series provides the core competencies needed to prepare you to assist consumers in partial care settings to become work ready. Topics, explained below, include the relationship of  …

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Funding for Superstorm Sandy Recovery
Efforts through Generous Grants from:
American Red Cross Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Mental Health Association in New Jersey, Inc.

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Telephone: 1.800.367.8850 Toll-Free

FAX: 973.857.1777

EMAIL:info@mhanj.org

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