Virtual Support And Learning Opportunities
Mental Health Association in New Jersey’s
Virtual Learning and Support Opportunities
Don’t let COVID-19 get you down! Many who are used to leaving home every day for work, social gatherings, religious services and school may be feeling anxious, isolated or bored. Many benefit greatly from support groups and individual emotional health sessions usually held in-person. The Mental Health Association in New Jersey (MHANJ) can help! Log in or call for insightful remote sessions providing emotional and family support and promoting personal development during this challenging time. Scroll to peruse our vast variety of no-cost offerings available from the comfort and safety of your own home through Zoom, Facebook and the phone. There’s a host of interactive and educational opportunities available to help keep your mind and connections to others going and growing. Please join us!
This includes MHANJ’s Statewide Community Education Programs, such as PEWS and Mental Health Players; MHANJ Consumer Connections; NJ Hope and Healing; as well as all county offices: MHANJ in Atlantic County, MHANJ in Hudson and Union Counties and MHANJ in Ocean County. All groups are open to all New Jerseyans – regardless of where you live in our state.
Additional Virtual Support for Families
Coping with a Loved One’s Substance Use Disorder
The MHANJ’s NJ Connect for Recovery Helpline for Family and Friends understands how difficult it is to take care of your own needs when consumed with a family member’s substance use disorder. We’re here to help, with virtual support groups twice per week and a vast list of statewide resources.
Virtual 12-Step Meetings for
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous and Related Groups
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They are people in recovery who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. This is a statewide directory of several AA, NA and related groups with contact information for virtual meetings and/or questions and support. Click here for New Jersey’s 12 Step virtual resources. Click here for New Jersey’s virtual AA meetings.