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  New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center, At the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ   


Contact:


New Jersey AIDS Education and Training Center
30 Bergen Street
ADMC Room 710
Newark, NJ 07107-3000

201/982-3690
201/982-3691
201/982-7128 fax

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  New Jersey Alliance for the Mentally Ill [AMI]   


Contact:


New Jersey AMI
1562 US Highway 130
North Brunswick, NJ 08902-3004


732/940-0991
732/940-0355 fax

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  New Jersey American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [NJ-AAMFT]   


Contact:
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New Jersey American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy
c/o Charleen J Alderfer, President
The College of New Jersey
21 Grayson Drive
Belle Mead, NJ 08502

609/771-2119

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New Jersey American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy [NJ-AAMFT] is a non-profit professional association dedicated to the advancement of marriage and family therapy as an art and as a science. Membership currently exceeds 500.

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  New Jersey Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists [NJ-ACT]   

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Contact:


New Jersey Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapists
PO Box 2202
Westfield, NJ 07901

908/654-0122

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  New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies [NJAMHA]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies
The Neuman Building
3575 Quakerbridge Road, Suite 102
Mercerville, NJ 08619

609/838-5488
609/838-5489 fax

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The New Jersey Association of Mental Health Agencies [NJAMHA] provides such services to its over 125 hospital-based and freestanding agency members, as training, personal networking, technical assistance and promotion of inter-agency collaboration.

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  New Jersey Association of School Psychologists   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Association of School Psychologists
203 Towne Centre Drive
Hillsborough, NJ 08844-4693

908/359-7619 fax

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About:


The New Jersey Association of School Psychologists [NJASP] is a nonprofit professional association organized in 1958 for school psychologists working or living in New Jersey.

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  New Jersey Coalition on Disabilities & Addictions   


Contact:


New Jersey Coalition on Disabilities & Addictions
Joyce McDade Administration Building
640 South Broad Street
PO Box 8068
Trenton , NJ 08650-0068

609/989-6468
609/989-6865 TTY
609989-6032 fax


About:


The New Jersey Coalition on Disabilities & Addictions is a private, non-profit organization established in 1985. It provides information and referral and strives for education, prevention and advocacy for people of all ages with all sorts of disabilities.

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  New Jersey Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers   


Contact:


New Jersey Coalition of Mental Health Professionals and Consumers
c/o Russell Holstein, PhD, Chair
170 Morris Avenue
Suite E
Long Branch, NJ 07740

732/571-1200

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  New Jersey Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [NJCCAP]   

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About:


New Jersey Council of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [NJCCAP] was established in 1972. Membership is open to all members in good standing of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry [AACAP].

Objectives:

  • Constitute a scientific forum representing all variations of function of child and adolescent psychiatry (administration, research, training and clinical practice), for the discussion of subjects related to the emotional, behavioral and developmental needs of children and adolescents
  • Promote training of child and adolescents in the State of New Jersey
  • Concern with research investigations and evaluations in the field of child psychiatry communication with other professional groups concerned with the health, education and welfare of children
  • Liasons with constituted organizations such as the local, state and regional medical and psychiatric societies
  • Availability as authoritative spokespersons in the field of child psychiatry to responsible State and community groups (public and private) concerned with health, welfare and education of children and adolescents

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  New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities [NJCDD]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities
CN 700
Mary Roebling Building
20 West State Street 7-th Floor
Trenton, NJ 08625-0700

800/792-8858
609/292-3745
609/292-7114 fax
609/777-3238 TDD

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The New Jersey Council on Developmental Disabilities [NJCDD], funded by the federal government with matching funds from the state, is a lead change agent in the State responsible for a vision of what the lives of people with developmental disabilities should be. The purpose of the NJCCD is engage in advocacy, capacity building and systemic change that contribute to a coordinated, consumer and family-centered, consumer- and family-directed comprehensive system that includes needed community services, individualized supports, and other forms of assistance that promote self determination for individuals with developmental disabilities and their families

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  New Jersey Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services [DMAHS]   

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Contact:


Division of Medical Assistance & Health Services
Quakerbridge Plaza
PO Box 712
Trenton, NJ 08625-0712


About:


The Division of Medical Assistance and Health Services [DMAHS] administers the state-and federally- funded Medicaid program for certain groups of low to moderate income people. Through these programs, DMAHS serves more than 1,000,000 people with an operating budget in Fiscal Year 2007 of $5.5 billion. Its staff of 575 people work both in Trenton and in Medical Assistance Customer Centers [MACCs] throughout the state.

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  New Jersey Division of Mental Health Services [DMHS]   

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Contact:


New Jersey Division of Mental Health Services
Department of Human Services
50 East State Street
PO Box 727
Trenton, NJ 08625-0727

800/382-6717
609/292-3717


About:


The Division of Mental Health Services [DMHS] serves adults with serious and persistent mental illnesses. Central to the Division's mission is the fact that these individuals are entitled to dignified and meaningful lives. With an operating budget of over $648,000,000 for fiscal year 2007 and 5,700 employees, services are available to anyone in the state who feels they need help with a mental health problem.

DMHS operates 5 psychiatric hospitals, monitors and helps fund services at 6 county hospitals and contracts with more than 120 agencies for a wide range of community mental health services that assist mental health consumers living in the community. Each year, DMHS serves over 6,500 people who, for some period of time, require intensive inpatient treatment in state psychiatric hospitals and over 270,000 people who are able to live more independently and use services in their own communities. In addition, DMHS supports through direct funding and other means approximately 5,500 people, who require inpatient treatment from the six county-operated psychiatric units/hospitals, as well as formally approving (via a formal designation process) the quality of inpatient care provided by Short Term Care Facilities and Children's Crisis Intervention Units in local general hospitals.

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  New Jersey Group Psychotherapy Society [NJGPS]   


Contact:
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New Jersey Group Psychotherapy Society
31 Clyde Road
Suite 201
Somerset, NJ 08873

732/568-1960
732/568-1961 fax

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About:


The New Jersey Group Psychotherapy Society [NJGPS], founded in 1957, is an affiliate of the American Group Psychotherapy Association.

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  New Jersey Psychiatric Association [NJPA]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Psychiatric Association
208 Lenox Avenue
#198
Westfield, NJ 07090

908/7588-3540

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About:


The New Jersey Psychiatric Association [NJPA], founded in 1935 as the New Jersey Neuropsychiatric Association, is the official voice of psychiatry in the state, with over 900 New Jersey psychiatrist members. It is the state district branch of the American Psychiatric Association [APA].

The NJPA has a Residents' Chapter for members-in-training and 5 regional chapters organized by county:

  1. Central (Mercer, Middlesex, Hunterdon, Somerset)
  2. Northern (Bergen, Hudson, Passaic, Sussex, Warren)
  3. Ocean-Monmouth (Monmouth Ocean)
  4. Southern (Burlington, Atlantic, Camden, Cumberland, Gloucester, Salem, Cape May)
  5. Tri-County (Essex, Morris, Union)

Objectives:

  • Promote the science and practice of psychiatry
  • Maintain professional and administrative standards in psychiatry
  • Promote the welfare of those suffering from psychiatric disorders, including the emotionally disturbed and the developmentally disabled
  • Work for prevention of psychiatric disabilities
  • Support the activities of the American Psychiatric Association
  • Represent psychiatrists in New Jersey

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  New Jersey Psychoanalytic Society   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Psychoanalytic Society
60 West Ridgewood Avenue
Ridgewood, NJ 07450

201/444-1418

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The New Jersey Psychoanalytic Society, a Component Society of the American Psychoanalytic Association, is an organization of psychoanalysts from various institutes who practice in New Jersey. The Society offers clinical presentations directed at analysts and other mental health professionals, as well as students; and conferences on psychoanalytic approaches to art and the humanities.

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  New Jersey Psychological Association [NJPA]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Psychological Association
414 Eagle Rock Avenue
Suite 211
West Orange, NJ 07052

800/281-6572
973/243-9800
973/243-9818 fax

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Established over 65 years ago, the New Jersey Psychological Association [NJPA[] has served as the professional organization representing over 2,100 psychologists throughout New Jersey.

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  New Jersey Public Health Association [NJPHA]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Public Health Association
PO Box 475
Moorestown, NJ 08057

609/802-9776
609/802-9776 fax

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About:


Organized in 1875, the New Jersey Public Health Association is a voluntary, non-profit organization founded to advance and support the cause of public health in the interests of all people. The association is made up of a variety of health professionals who come together to network with others and work toward solutions of mutual concerns. NJPHA is an affiliate of the American Public Health Association.

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  New Jersey Rehabilitation Association [NJRA]   

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Contact:


New Jersey Rehabilitation Association
1835 Atlantic Avenue
Atlantic City, NJ 08401

609/441-3080


About:


The New Jersey Rehabilitation Association [NJRA] is a member organization whose mission is to promote ethical and excellent practice in rehabilitation.

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  New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse   

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Contact:
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The New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse
375 East McFarlan Street
Dover, NJ 07801

800/367-6274
973/989-1122
973/989-1159 fax

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The New Jersey Self-Help Group Clearinghouse is a non-profit, social service agency that provides information by phone on over 4,500 local self-help gorups in New Jersey. Its website contains information on starting self-help groups, statewide training workshops, online newsletter, and contact information for over 170 local mental health groups for such concerns as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder,eating disorders, families of the mentally ill, dual diagnosis.

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  New Jersey Society for Clinical Social Work [NJSCSW]   

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  New Jersey Society for the Study of Dissociation   


Contact:
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New Jersey Society for the Study of Dissociation
c/o Pamela Hall, PsyD
PO Box 1820
Perth Amboy, NJ 08862-1820

732/826-1231
732-826-9392 fax

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The purposes of this state organization, created in 1988 and recognized by the International Society for the Study of Dissociation [ISSD], are to promote education about the nature of dissociative disorders and to creat a network of professionals informed about appropriate treatment. The Society holds semiannual meetings, has a state-wide referral service, offers private supervision for clinicians and maintains a professional membership directory updated yearly.

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  New Jersey Women and AIDS Network [NJWAN]   

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Contact:
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New Jersey Women and AIDS Network
982 Summit Avenue, Lower Level
Jersey City, NJ 07307

201/239-5777
201/239-5779 fax

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About:


The mission of the New Jersey Women and AIDS Network [NJWAN], founded in 1988, is to:
  • Reduce the spread of HIV infection in women
  • Support the self-determination of women living with HIV/AIDS to better access quality coareand treatment
  • Educate service providers
  • Advocate for appropriate policies in the women and AIDS pandemic

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