From the President and CEO
From the President and CEO

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey has started a service to help address the growing number of opiate addictions in the state. The NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line number is 855-652-3737 (TTY: 877-294-4356). NJ Connect for Recovery is  …

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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 Launches NJ Connect for Recovery, a Free, Confidential Call Line

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) has launched NJ Connect for Recovery, the only call line in New Jersey dedicated to providing counseling specifically to individuals and families who are coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers.  …

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MHANJ Launches New Jersey’s Only Call Line Dedicated to Providing Help for Opiate Addiction

Today, the Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) is launching NJ Connect for Recovery, the only call line in the state dedicated specifically to individuals and families coping with addiction to heroin and prescription painkillers. This service provides a  …

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MHANJ’s Call Center and NJ MentalHealthCares Helpline Serve as Gateway to Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Services in New Jersey

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s Call Center is a vital hub for mental health and substance use disorder services for all New Jerseyans. Beginning in 2005 with its feature service, the New Jersey MentalHealthCares Helpline, the Center continues to expand and grow.  …

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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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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

Consumer Connections Accepting Inquiries for Summer 2015 Training in Atlantic County

Consumer Connections Accepting Inquiries for Summer 2015 CORE Training Consumer Connections is currently accepting inquiries for the Summer 2015 CORE training in Atlantic County. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a Certified Recovery Support Practitioner in the mental  …

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MHANJ Announces a WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) for Service Providers

When: Tuesday, March 24th from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM Where: MHANJ office at 2333 Morris Ave, Union, NJ Who: All levels of providers of behavioral health services. Cost: Free to attend, but please register using the link below. For  …

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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.

Address: 88 Pompton Avenue, Verona, NJ 07044

Telephone: 1.800.367.8850 Toll-Free

FAX: 973.857.1777

EMAIL:njconnect@mhanj.org

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