In a May 6, 2016 op-ed to the Asbury Park Press, Shauna Moses makes an excellent argument for who it is so critical that New Jersey “Invest More in Mental Health.”
Integrating the treatment of mental-health and physical care can help relieve suffering and reduce some of the burden on the healthcare budget.
Despite the advances, far too many individuals with mental illness go without the treatment they need to live long, healthy and productive lives.
The Zarrow Mental Health Symposium – Ready for Zero: Innovative and Sustainable Solutions for Housing and Recovery is seeking workshop proposals.
The current RFP will pair housing subsidies funded by the DMHAS and administered by NJHMFA with supportive service dollars.
This is an epidemic that has no boundaries and is destroying lives across the state. Help MHANJ spread the word that help is available!
According to Carolyn Beauchamp, CEO of MHANJ, NJ is facing a serious crisis regarding treatment options and accessibility for the mentally ill.
On the streets, you don’t have time to get treated. You are trying to survive. But there are approaches that can help out such as housing first.
The Ridgewood Supportive Housing consists of new construction of a three story apartment building that will contain twenty one (21) apartments for homeless individuals with a disability.