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George H. Brice, Jr.
George H. Brice, Jr., MSW, is both a recipient and provider of services. He shares his recovery experiences as a tool to help educate families, providers, peers (living with mental illness and substance use concerns), and supporters. George is an Assistant Professor and Trainer in the Integrated Employment Institute (IEI) within the Department of Psychiatric Rehabilitation and Counseling Professions for Rutgers School of Health Related Professions where he contributes to the Institute’s training and consultation services and serves as a classroom educator.

George's accomplishments include working as a 9/11 New York City World Trade Center Terror Attack Crisis Counselor, Vice-Chairman of the Governor’s Task Force on Mental Health, the Institute for Wellness and Recovery Initiatives (IWRI) of Collaborative Support Programs of New Jersey, Inc. (CSPNJ) as a Wellness and Recovery Life Coach, where he helped to coordinate a peer (persons living with mental illness) delivered wellness model at 5 New Jersey State Psychiatric hospitals. He was an Advisory Board Member for Johnson & Johnson Dartmouth Community Mental Health and awarded the Alan Lunt Consumer Advocate Award (2014) by the New Jersey Psychiatric Rehabilitation Association (NJPRA).

Currently, George is a Board Member for Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services. His work focuses on self-care practices, addressing unconscionable high medical comorbidity and mortality rates among people living with mental illness, and competitive employment as key to recovery.