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Physicians Providing Treatment
to Prevent Mental Illness and Promote Recovery


The New Jersey Psychiatric Association is a professional organization of about 1,000 physicians qualified by training and experience in the treatment of mental illness.

Founded in 1935, NJPA is a District Branch of the American Psychiatric Association and is the official voice of organized psychiatry in New Jersey.

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The New Jersey Psychiatric Association is the official voice of organized psychiatry in the State of New Jersey. More...

 


Si usted experimenta una o más de estas señales de aviso se recomienda que sea evaluado por un psiquiatra o médico de preferencia lo antes posible. Más...


A person displaying one of these signs should be evaluated by a psychiatrist or another physician as soon as possible.


CONTACT INFORMATION

New Jersey Psychiatric Association
P.O. Box 428
Bedminster, NJ 07921
Tel:
908-719-2222
Fax:
908-719-4747
Email: info@njpsychiatry.org