Grief Recovery Support Group: The Action Program for  Moving Beyond Death, Divorce and Other Losses

 People may say you have to let go and move on in your life, but they don’t tell you what you need to do to  …

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Announcing NEW Education Groups for Family Members Coping with Loved One’s Addiction

Do you need guidance and support dealing with a loved one’s addiction? NJ Connect for Recovery can help. Announcing NEW Education Group Series in Four  …

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MHANJ’s Mental Health First Aid for New Jersey Initiative Wins National Award for Excellence in Mental Health First Aid Community Impact 

Mental Health First Aid for New Jersey, an initiative led by the Mental Health Association in New Jersey and a coalition of 16 stakeholder organizations,  …

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Announcing Expanded Hours for NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line – for People Coping with Opiate Addiction and their Family Members

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s (MHANJ’s) NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line is pleased to announce expanded weekday hours to increase access to  …

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Collaboration Established to Help Improve Access to Opiate Addiction Treatment and Family Support in NJ

March 9, 2017               The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line is a  …

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Help and Hope for Families 

Family members can play an invaluable role in a person’s recovery from mental health and substance use issues. As much as they may desire to make  …

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Having Trouble Getting an Appointment  with a Mental Health Care Professional?

Call The MHANJ Access to Mental Health Care Initiative for Help and Support! We can: Walk you through the maze of private and public insurance  …

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Self-Help Group Clearinghouse Offers Support, Guidance and Referrals

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  …

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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  …

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Family Support Group Meetings for People Coping with a Loved One’s Mental Illness (Atlantic and Union Counties

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s Atlantic Union County’s Intensive Family Support Services (IFSS) programs offer upcoming Support Groups for families coping with the  …

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