About this provider
People helping people…it’s what we’re all about. For over seventy years, the Mental Health Association has contributed a gift of hope to our community… hope for individuals who are affected from mental illness and hope for their families affected by mental illness. Through support, education, & advocacy, the Mental Health Association in Atlantic County has reached thousands of people and provided hope for a better future.
What kinds of services does MHAAC provide?
- Individuals Concerted in Effort (ICE) Wellness Program: Program that provides self-help groups that encourage personal empowerment & wellness.
- Peer Outreach Support Team (POST): Consumer-providers offer advocacy and peer counseling to mental health consumers in their communities.
- Family Member Support Programs (Intensive Family Support Services & Acute Care Family Program): These programs assist family members of persons with mental illness.
- Acute Care On-Call: 609-517-8614 ?Available 7 days a week 8am-8pm for families in crisis and receiving services from the acute care system.
- Too Much Stuff: In-home services for those living with hoarding disorder.
- Community Education: We provide talks, workshops, presentations and training on a myriad of mental health topics including Mental Health First Aid, Hoarding Disorder, suicide prevention, WRAP and much more.
4 East Jimmie Leeds Road, Suite 8
Galloway NJ 08205
Most services are without charge. Some community education programs have fees attached.
What People Are Saying
An incredible resource in the state of New Jersey and the County of Atlantic. The MHA Team is vested in the interest of Consumers, Peers and Families alike. Reach out to them.Michael D.
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