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Insurance Navigation and Information with Claudia Beljean, Connect for Recovery, Insurance Specialist Insurance can be a barrier to treatment for those who do not understand their rights and are unclear on where to start when seeking help. NJ Connect for Recovery helps those who may have questions concerning insurance, including private insurance, Medicaid and Medicare […]

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 a difference, there are many barriers to overcome; however, there are resources available to help. Intensive Family Support Services (IFSS) is a program that encompasses a range of supportive activities designed […]

Self-Help 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 particular issue may provide the assistance and information that is needed. The New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse database has contact information for over 8,600 support group meetings.

NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line – for People Concerned About a Family Member or Friend’s Substance Use

The Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s (MHANJ’s) NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line offers guidance to people who are concerned about a a family member or friend who is living with a substance use disorder. NJ Connect for Recovery collaborates with important agencies in New Jersey. For more information call NJ Connect for Recovery […]

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#Backtoschool Returning to school or college can be stressful with so many tasks to accomplish: picking classes, roommate choices, managing work or sports schedules - the list goes on. It's a good idea to make a plan which includes caring for your mental health. Check this link for suggestions from the Jed Foundation: jedfoundation.org/resource/create-a-plan-to-take-care-of-your-mental-health/And remember to reach out if you need support by calling MHANJ's MentalHealthCares line at: 1 866-202-HELP(4357). ... See MoreSee Less
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The effects of Hurricane Ida continue to be a source of significant stress. If you are in need of support &/or coping strategies, join our group, TODAY at 5pm on Zoom. You're not alone.bit.ly/3B0dL91 ... See MoreSee Less
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