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Timeline PhotosDon’t let insurance denials stop you from getting your child the help they need and deserve. Learn more about your rights to equal coverage for mental health and substance use disorder treatment at bit.ly/2Ngdg03. #DontDenyMe #NationalSubstanceAbusePreventionMonth ... See MoreSee Less

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MHANJ's Wrap Training team completed a specialize one day training designed specifically for Peers at Work! Using a Wellness Recovery Action Plan to help deal with workplace issues for peers has proven to be a very effective support tool. Want to learn more? Reach out to Kelly Uhland at kuhland@mhanj.org for more information about WRAP at MHANJ.Another Successful WRAP Workshop was held this week in Monmouth County! The focus of this workshop was WRAP for PEER WORK!

Top Row: Kimberly Pulda (current CORE student, Sharon Gbadamosi (CCERI- MHANJ), Sophia Heftler (Peer Support Specialist- CSPNJ Haledon Respite), Cheryl Peersen (Recovery Coach- Woodbridge Township, current CORE student), Tennille Jordan (Case Manager, Maternal Wraparound (MWRAP)- Eva’s Village), Juliana Schisler (Warmline- MHANJ), Heather Price (Volunteer Coordinator- Hope Sheds Light), Minas Stavrakis (Warmline- MHANJ), Dara Mott (Recovery Specialist- Hope Sheds Light)

Bottom Row: Dawn Gozick (CORE graduate), Kelly Uhland (Consumer Connections Training Coordinator, ALWF - MHANJ), Marilyn Feliciano (MHANJ - WRAP Co-facilitator)
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With less than 48 hours to go.. the excitement is building for this epic event! It’s still not too late to register 🙂 So much fun in store- Hope to see you all there! ... See MoreSee Less

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Permanent, safe, affordable housing is key component of recovery from mental illness or a substance abuse disorder. We must increase the number of options available ranging from sober living to expanded housing vouchers to a commitment to permanent long term housing with supportive services.Homes are Transforming Lives of Individuals Recovering From Mental Illness - mailchi.mp/monarchhousing/homes-are-transforming-lives-of-individuals-recovering-from-mental-illness ... See MoreSee Less

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