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Introducing the...

PROPEL Pequannock QR Code to Mental Health

Our Objective: 

Make mental health resources so widely available that everyone can find the help they need.

Projected Launch Date:

June 1, 2024 at the 3rd Annual Pequannock PrideFest at Greenview Park, Pequannock, NJ

Program Categories

Crisis Hotlines       Local Mental Health Providers        Advocacy Organizations        College Students   

Dementia & Related Services     Domestic Violence      Family Counseling       LGBTQ+        Sexual Assault

Support Groups       Substance Use Disorders        Youth & Young Adults   Veterans Services         

Participating Professionals: 

Dr. Brittany Ryan Berzins, PhD, Birch Tree Psychology, Pequannock, NJ   

Lee Ann Brensinger, Club Advisor, Pequannock Township High School Gay Straight Alliance

Michelle Borden, LCSW and CEO NewBridge Services

Heather Greulich, NJ Licensed Professional Counselor, Aspire Adolescent Counselling, Pompton Plains, NJ

Jenni Jacobs, Pequannock School District Counselor and SEL Coordinator.

Maggie Luo, Associate Director of Outreach and Communications, NAMI NJ

Katie E. Mahler, Nurse Practitioner; and NJ Licensed Professional Counselor

Dr. Maria Salvanto PhD, founder and director, Parent Train, Riverdale, NJ

Laura Shamber, Youth Counselor

Gene Spillane, U.S. Army Retired Service Disabled Veteran; New Jersey Veterans Network

Dr. Debra L. Wentz, Chair, NJ Governor’s Council on Mental Health Stigma.

Program Development in 3 Stages:

  1. Compile local and regional mental health resources according to categories of need as directed by our panel of experts.

  2. Develop a dedicated landing page to house the information and link it to a trackable QR code.

  3. Build awareness among township residents through retail business outlets, social media advertising as well as through school district and township resources.

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