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Tuesday, May 13th
CHANNEL CLUB
Monmouth Beach, NJ
6:00 9:00pm

HONORING

Humanitarian Award: Tim McLoone

Tony Dowling Child Advocacy Award: Susan Tellone-McCoy

Volunteer Award: Sandy Wellness Volunteer Therapists

Philanthropy Award: Hudson City Savings Charitable Foundation

Monarch Award: Valentina Sanchez

Sponsorships and Tickets:
Individual Ticket: $75.00
Monarch Sponsor: $100.00
Bell Sponsor: $225.00

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Help us to continue our Sandy Relief Efforts!

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YOUR SUPPORT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE!


Click here to make a donation to our annual campaign.

And click below to read a special end of the year message from
Wendy DePedro, MHA Executive Director.

Download PDF File End of Year Letter from The MHA

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SUICIDE PREVENTION IN MONMOUTH COUNTY

In Monmouth County, there have been 425 completed suicides in the last nine years and 41 completed suicides in 2012. The stigma associated with mental illness prevents individuals at risk for seeking help early before their lives become overwhelming. Prevention approaches that focus on resiliency and the development of coping mechanisms in our youth must be in the forefront of any suicide prevention effort.

The Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders recognizes suicide as a public health problem and therefore declared suicide prevention to be a priority by proclaiming the week of September 8th through the 14th to be known as Suicide Prevention Week. This coordinates with September 10th, as it is World Suicide Prevention Day.

The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County (MHA) strongly supports this proclamation. MHA thanks Assemblywoman Angelini for her efforts and the Board of Chosen Freeholders for this proclamation.

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Pictured from L to R: Freeholder Gary Rich, Jim Romer from Barnabas Health Care, Freeholder Lillian Burry, Wendy DePedro from The Mental Health Association of Monmouth County, Assemblywoman Mary Pat Angelini, Freeholder Deputy Director Serena DiMaso, Freeholder Director Tom Arnone, and Freeholder John Curley.
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"Disasters like Sandy damage more than just property - for many the sense of loss, helplessness and hopelessness is unshakeable," said Jennifer Velez, Esq., Commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Human Services. "Restoring survivors' emotional and psychological balance is a fundamental factor in New Jersey's rebuilding process."

SANDY Wellness Connections Providing Mental Health Services and facilitating Emotional Recovery for Monmouth County residents directly affected by Superstorm Sandy

Connections to Licensed Clinicians who Will Provide FREE Supportive Counseling and Therapy to Individuals and Families affected by Sandy. CALL: 732-542-6422 or EMAIL for more information and appointment: pfrehner@mentalhealthmonmouth.org to Get Connected! Free Counseling and Therapy for those Impacted by Superstorm Sandy.


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BAYSHORE WELLNESS CENTER located at the Saint Mark's Center for Community Renewal,
13 Kennedy Way, Keansburg, NJ
CALL 732-769-5656 or EMAIL for more information and appointment: BSmith@mentalhealthmonmouth.org to Get Connected at the Bayshore Wellness Center.

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NEW

SANDY WELLNESS CENTER SOUTH In Manasquan at the First Baptist Church:
47-51 South Street, Manasquan,NJ
FREE Trauma Counseling with Licensed mental Health Professionals.
Hours: Wednesdays, Afternoons and Evening
Call 732-542-6422 for appointment


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CHANGE A MIND CHANGE A LIFE

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MHA thanks you for your assistance! Now more than ever to help all people live mentally healthier lives. Understandably, during trying times of crisis, levels of depression, anxiety, and post traumatic stress increase.The needs of our residents are now greater than ever and MHA will be here to help for the long term. Your help is needed locally for friends and neighbors so we can be there today and in the days ahead for the thousands of people affected by Hurricane Sandy


Helping with the Recovery in Monmouth County DONATE ONLINE NOW


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Information for the Troops and Their Families

Coping With The Stress of Ongoing Military Operations

Resources for Veterans

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Teen Tactics

Healthy Relationships, Teenage Concerns, Open Forum, Confidential Setting
RSVP to 732-542-6422 ext 121
Please Join Us

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Information & Referral Services
Find the appropriate professional or community mental health resource.
MHA of Monmouth County
119 Avenue at the Commons
Shrewsbury, NJ 07702
732 542 6422
www.mentalheatlhmonmouth.org
FAMILY SERVICE
Red Bank Resource Network
Provide information and referral, and link residents with vital social services needed to keep families intact and functioning.Empowering families through knowledge
732 383-5108
www.rbrnhelps.com
FAMILY SERVICE
Family Crisis Intervention
Assists children with behavioral Issues and their families
732-542-2444
www.mentalhealthmonmouth.org
FAMILY SERVICE
Family Consultation
Provide counseling and information and referral,to help families with adults who have a mental illness, by providing guidence through the mental health system, and links to vital social services needed to keep families intact and functioning.
732-542-6422
www.mentalhealthmonmouth.org

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