MHANJ Government Affairs

Policy and Advocacy

Click Here to Read More

Help for Mental Health and Substance Abuse

Just a Phone Call Away

Click Here to Read More

New information added 6-7-18

Peer Services

For Individuals and Families coping with Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues

Click Here to Read More

New information added 7-6-18

Community Education, Support Groups, Training and Workforce

Click Here to Read More

New information added 5-1-18

New information added 3-22-19

New information added 3-22-19

New information added 3-22-19

New information added 3-22-19

MHANJ•FaceBook

The NJ Mental Health Players provide audiences with dynamic interactive scenarious depicting mental illness, addiction and other topics to increase awareness and decrease stigma. ow.ly/lUWn30obcud

#MHP #MentalHealth #ReduceStigma #MHANJ75youtube.com
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

MHANJ is well represented at the national Mental Health First Aid Summit in Nashville, Tennessee. MHANJ's very own Laverne Williams and Ruth Kaluski are joined by thousands of other MHFA trainers across the country. The Goal: to have 2M First Aiders trained by 2020! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Lynette Sheard, Director of the MHANJ’s New Jersey Mental Health players, recently served as a panelist at a Mental Health Banquet at Kean University with over 100 in attendance. The banquet was hosted by Kean University in collaboration with Nu Sigma Phi Big Sexy Inc., and Active Minds. The program also included a spoken word artist, musical acts, dramatic skits and personal stories of triumph over anxiety and depression. #MHANJ75 ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook
MHANJ•Twitter
MHANJ•YouTube

MHANJ•News•Updates