Additional Hot Topics in Mental Health

Fund’s Latest Grants Focus on Mental Health from Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund

Christie’s NJ Budget Expands Medicaid – from

Lance Announces Mental Health Legislation – from

Marking 50 years since Kennedy’s Special Message about Mental Illness – from The American Presidency Project

Obama Initiative Aims to Stop the Killing, but NJ is Way Ahead – from the Asbury Park Press

Psychological Effects Becoming More Prominent in Sandy Victims – from The Brick Times

Anti-bullying Report Recommends Greater Autonomy for School Officials – from

Brigantine Man, Displaced by Sandy, Helps Others Cope with Storm’s Effects – from the Press of Atlantic City

Christie Administration expands crisis counseling, hotline to support Sandy survivors – from the State of New Jersey

Video about how to access Mental Health Support following Hurricane Sandy from 101.5 

Stress and Anxiety Related to Hurricane Sandyfrom

NJ has “Menu” of Services for People Affected by Sandyfrom

MHANJ’s NJ MentalHealthCares Takes Suicide Calls via Lifeline – from

Taking a Step to Recoveryfrom

350 Turn Out for 5K Walkfrom

Waiver Clears Way for Medicaid Reform in NJfrom

New Jersey Leaders Comment on the Affordable Care Act – from

A Look at Stigma as a Barrier to Mental Health Treatment – from

New CEO Announced for Mental Health America – from Mental Health America

MHA of Passiac County Receives Award for Advancing Minority Mental Health – from

Stigma Still Slows Treatment of Mental Illness (Mental Health Awareness Month) – from NJ Spotlight

Update on Hagedorn Closing – from

NJ Now Has $1 Million Anti-bullying Fund – from

Project to Provide Transitional Housing for Homeless Vets – from

NJ Commissioner Holds Line on Medicaid Costs – from

Elder Suicide: A Public Health Challenge of the Elder Boom – from Huffpost Healthy Living

The State of Homelessness in America from The National Alliance to End Homelessness

Big Hospital Merger Plans Part of Dizzying Day for NJ Medical Industry – from

Funding for Superstorm Sandy Recovery
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