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NJAMHAA in the News


 

News Stories from 2022

Mental Health Weekly, “New Jersey provider association dedicates new website to increasing equity,” Based on NJAMHAA press release/Debra L. Wentz quoted, January 3, 202

Mental Health Weekly, “Readers bracing for 2022 amid pandemic, workforce challenges,” Debra Wentz interviewed, January 3, 2022

 

 

News Stories from 2021

South Jersey Observer.com, “Jewish Family Service Staff Member Moses Gbadebo,” includes mention of Moses receiving a NJAMHAA award, December 7, 2021

NJ Spotlight News, “NJ colleges urged to help students struggling with mental health issues,” Shauna Moses, NJAMHAA’s Vice President, Public Affairs and Member Services, interviewed, Nov. 30, 2021

Star-Ledger, “New Jerseyans with mental health and substance-use needs may lose critical help unless Congress acts,” Op-ed by Debra L. Wentz, PhD, President and CEO of NJAMHAA, Nov. 17, 2021

NJ101.5, “As Clocks Turn Back, Seasonal Affective Disorder Returns to NJ,” Debra L. Wentz, PhD, President and CEO of NJAMHAA, interviewed, November 8, 2021

NJBIA.org [New Jersey Business and Industry Association], “NJBIA Receives NJAMHAA’s ‘Making the Business Case’ Award,” October 13 2021

NJ Spotlight News, “Mental health community program works, study says,” Oct. 13, 2021

ROI-NJ, “Report: N.J. becoming leader in behavioral health due to CCBHC model,” Oct. 11, 2021 

PHL17 In Focus, “World Mental Health Day: Identifying Signs of Depression and Anxiety,” October 4, 2021

Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network, “Access to Behavioral Healthcare Services Needed in Times of Crisis, Says NJAMHAA,” Full press release published, Aug. 18, 2021

ROI-NJ: "Supply and demand: In mental healt sector, pandemic is straining profession already streched thin by low wages, other factors"; Debra Wentz, Donald Parker and Michelle Borden Interviewed (August 10, 2021)

Courier Post, Letters to the Editor, "More Funds Needed for Mental Health Care", July 5, 2021

NJ.com, Op-Ed: "After COVID, Mental Health and Substance Use Issues Have Grown. We Need More Money to Handle It," June 21, 2021

Insidernj.com, “Self-Care Is Critical for Workers’ Wellbeing, Especially in Health Care,” full press release published, May 27, 2021

Insidernj.com, “Kindness and Support Create Inclusivity for People with Autism,” full press release published, April 7, 2021

Insidernj.com, “Gambling Associated with March Madness Could Be Different during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” full press release published, March 4, 2021

Insidernj.com, “Connect People with Developmental Disabilities to their Communities,” full press release published, March 1, 2021

ROI-NJ, “Murphy’s budget lauded by leading health care associations,” Feb. 24, 2021

ROI-NJ, Op-Ed: “Fiscal 2022 budget must build bridge to better future for Jerseyans,” February 18, 2021

Insidernj.com, Op-Ed: “FY2022 Budget Must Build a Bridge to a Better Future for New Jerseyans,” February 18, 2021

KYW 1060 AM/103.9 FM, “New Jersey Site Offers Mental Health Help with Digital Therapy," February 5, 2021 

NJ 101.5, “Before COVID, Therapy Access Was Already a Problem in New Jersey,” January 19, 2021

News Stories from 2020

 

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