From the President and CEO
From the President and CEO

Message from the Board Chair and the President The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) continues to provide leadership as a consistent force in advocacy and services in our state. Our Association recently broadened our scope to embrace the  …

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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

Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s  Self-Help Group Clearinghouse Provides Valuable Resources and Referrals to New Jersey Citizens

Are you or is someone you know struggling to cope with an ongoing medical or emotional health problem? A self-help support group dedicated to a particular issue may provide the assistance and information that is needed. The New Jersey Self-Help Group  …

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250 Join in 9th Annual Walk for Wellness and Recovery, in Partnership with Monarch Housing Associates and NCADD-NJ

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) and its partners, Monarch Housing Associates and National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence – New Jersey (NCADD-NJ), wish to thank the 250 participants and volunteers plus sponsors and donors for all  …

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Medicaid Transportation for Health Care Consumers Late or Unreliable in NJ, MHANJ Survey Finds (Link to Study Results Included)

An alarming 57% of respondents said transportation has been late or unreliable in last 6 months; 53% missed important doctor’s appointments due to late or failed transportation In a survey conducted by the Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ), an alarming number  …

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U.S. Preventive Task Force Recommends Mental Health Screenings

All American adults should be screened for depression as part of their normal health-care routine, an influential panel recommended on Tuesday. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force also singled out maternal mental illness for the first time by suggesting that women be screened  …

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Attention Amazon Shoppers – Join the MHANJ on AmazonSmile Every Day

Attention Amazon Shoppers — Here’s an Easy Way to Support the MHANJ! AmazonSmile is a website connected to Amazon.com, offering a simple and automatic way for you to support the MHANJ at no cost to you each time you shop. YOU  …

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Tuning In –  MHANJ Educates with Caucus Educational Corporation

Through a special education and awareness building initiative, the MHANJ has been working with Steve Adubato, President and Executive Producer of the Caucus Educational Corporation, and his team, to be included in television shows they produce enabling us to inform  …

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About Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s NJ Connect for Recovery, a Free, Confidential Call Line

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) provides an invaluable service in the war against opiate addition in New Jersey —  NJ Connect for Recovery, the only call line in New Jersey dedicated to providing counseling specifically to individuals and  …

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Spotlight On ...

Mental Health Association in New Jersey Calls for Improving Access to Psychiatric Care in New Jersey

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) is advocating for improving access to psychiatric care for New Jersey residents. The areas earmarked for improvement were identified through a recent research study conducted by the MHANJ. The MHANJ studied psychiatrist  …

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Events and Training

“Too Much Stuff” Support Groups In Atlantic and Union Counties Open to Community – Upcoming Dates Announced

The Mental Health Association invites those who may be experiencing clutter challenges to join our drop in support group.  This is a safe space for individuals who have an emotional attachment to things to learn and share. The  group in  …

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