September is National Recovery Month
Recovery is possible. People living with substance use disorder and/or mental illness, as well as their family members, often benefit from inspirational stories about the recovery journey of others. Please click above to hear from MHANJ’s own Michelle Price, CPRS, CRSP, CGRS, Director of the Mental Health Association in New Jersey in Ocean County. Click here for strategies and more information.
Awareness and best practices can help. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s (SAMHSA’s) National Recovery Month increases awareness about mental health and addiction recovery.
ReachNJ is a call line for New Jerseys looking for help to overcome a substance use disorder. Open 24/7 Addiction Helpline, the number is 1-844-732-2465.
MHANJ’s NJ MentalHealthCares Helpline is the state’s helpline for emotional support, information and referral. Open 8-to-8 daily, the number is 866-202-HELP(4357).
Our NJ Connect for Recovery Call Line is specifically for family members concerned about a loved one’s substance use. Open 8-to-8 on weekdays, 10-to-4 on weekends, the number is 855-652-3737. Click here for more information about the MHANJ’s Call Center.