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GRASSROOTS ADVOCACY NETWORK

Our Grassroots Advocacy Network is in full swing!  NJAMHA staff and members of the Network are meeting with legislators and government officials to discuss priority issues in the FY 2010 budget.  Please join us by utilizing the resources below.

Grassroots Advocacy meeting request letter FY 2011

NJAMHA Grassroots Lobbying Respose Form FY 2011

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Click here for Sample Advocacy Letter


 
   
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Public Policy

Click here for Walking a Tightrope, our advocacy campaign for FY 2011

Click here for Bankrupt Dreams, Battered Souls, our advocacy campaign for FY 2010

Click here for Still Waiting, our advocacy campaign for FY 2009.

Click here for Bottom Line, our advocacy campaign for FY 2008.

Click here for our Public Policy Platform.

Click here for Wise Investment, our advocacy campaign for FY 2007.

 
   
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Press Releases
Suicide Rates Remain High; Timely Treatment Proven Effective for Prevention; September 10, 2010 is World Suicide Prevention Day

Childrenís Mental Health Awareness Day Promotes the Needs of Children and Youth with Mental Illness

Invest in People, Invest in the State

Haiti Earthquake: Mental Health Needs Are Emerging

The Risks of Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rise during the Holidays

Funding for Mental Health and Addictions Services Must Be Preserved for Individualsí Health and Stateís Fiscal Health

Mental Health: A Need, as well as Rewarding Careers, in any Economic Climate

NJAMHA Wins 2009 Gold Circle Award for Excellence in Association Communications from ASAE & The Center

Elected Officials Praised for Protecting Vulnerable Citizens

Star-Ledger Features Interview with John and Alicia Nash and Debra Wentz

Holiday Blues and Economic Climate Can Have Compound Impact on Mental Health

NJAMHA Hails Passage of Mental Health Parity Legislation

With Economic Downturn, Access to Mental Health Services a Must

NJAMHA Lauds Federal Mental Health Parity Progress

NJAMHA Seeks Mental Health Champion

Awareness, Access to Mental Health Care Vital to Reduce Risk of Teen Suicide

President Bush Releases Budget

State Unveils New Greystone Hospital

Students Need Access to Mental Health Care and Freedom from Stigma

NJAMHA Applauds Senateís Approval of Mental Health Parity Legislation

Summer Heat Can Affect Mental and Physical Health

Providers and Consumers Rally at State House to Call for Reasonable Increase in State Contracts

NJAMHA Presents and Explores Strategies, Builds Important Networks at NCCBH Conference

Join the Federal and State Campaigns for Mental Health and Substance Abuse Parity

NJAMHA Establishes Partnership with New Child Advocate and Staff

NJAMHA Continues Mission of Reintegrating Individuals with Mental Illness into the Community, Five Years After Earning Eli Lilly Award

Mental Health Community Urges Individuals in Pain To Seek Help, Emphasizes Recovery and Hope

NJAMHA Urges Wise Investments Cautions Against Pennywise, Pound Foolish Cuts

NJAMHA Celebrates Brain Awareness Week, March 13-19, 2006,By Calling for Wise Investment in Mental Health Services

NJAMHA Releases Report Demonstrating Mental Health Services Are Wise Investment that Will Save New Jersey Billions

NJAMHA: Grade on National Report Proves Investing in Mental Health Works

NJAMHA Congratulates Gov. Corzine, Urges Him to be Compassionate to People with Mental Illness

NJMHI Prepares Second Phase of Tsunami Mental Health Training

Keep Tabs on Family and Friends for Signs of the Holiday Blues

NJAMHA CEO, NJMHI Deputy Director Named to Gov.ís Stigma Council

Substance Abuse Could Exacerbate Underlying Mental Health Problems in Hurricane Victims

NJAMHA Offers Mental Health Volunteers To Hurricane Affected States

Housing Trust Fund Addresses Desperate Need

Loan Redemptions Will Aid Employee Recruitment

NJAMHA Praises Gov. Codey for Implementing Recommendations of the Governorís Task Force on Mental Health

NJAMHA Study Addresses Calls from Governorís Task Force Report for Changes in Mental Health Services

Tips to Avoid the Holiday Blues

NJAMHA Applauds Creation of Governor's Task Force On Mental Health

NJAMHA CEO Comments on Morris County Girlís Death

NJAMHA Tells DHS that it Must Have the Courage and Compassion to Increase Mental Health Funding

IT Project Decision Support 2000

Annual IT Project Award for Excellence in Technology

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