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

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