The NJPPC has transformed the way in which children in NJ can access behavioral health care. It provides pediatricians with quick access to child/adolescent psychiatric consultation and facilitates referrals for accessing ongoing mental/behavioral health care. Share this resource with your pediatrician today!Read More »
With the strength of its approximately 900 members, support of its lobby firm, and in collaboration with other NJ mental health stakeholders, NJPA member advocates spent months gathering data, meeting with lawmakers and their staffs, testifying on bills, and developing educational, science-based materials to support initiatives that will have a positive impact on the delivery of mental health care in New Jersey. All advocacy efforts were successful, and millions of dollars were secured in the Fiscal Year 2023 budget to support Psychiatric Workforce Expansion in New Jersey!Read More »
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APA Foundation Notice.Talk.Act.® at School offers these resources to aid all family members in moving away from isolation and towards connection across the entire family. In this resource, you will […]Read More »
APA Foundation Notice.Talk.Act.® at School offers OARS, an interactive motivational interviewing technique used to facilitate an open conversation. This OARS Brochure for Parents supports parents in establishing and maintaining a […]Read More »
D.O. refers to doctorate in osteopathic medicine. Unfortunately, as many osteopaths can attest, this does little to elucidate what professional training, licensure, patient care philosophy, and scope of practice a […]Read More »
The aim of this Patient Resource Guide is to be a nonpartisan source of information for our readers and for those in need. The NJPA does not specifically endorse any […]Read More »
Mary Ann Uzzi, Founder Paramus & Bergen County Stigma-Free Zone, Care Plus NJ Trustee Lately the word “stigma” has been getting more attention. This is a good thing, but you […]Read More »
Debra E. Koss, MD, FAACAP NJPA Senior Vice President One in five youth experience mental illness severe enough to impact normal development. Half of all lifetime cases of mental illness […]Read More »
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