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While Brick Township is located outside of Monmouth County, many Monmouth County residents utilize this facility as it is closer than the VA clinic located in Tinton Falls (to those in southern Monmouth i.e. Howell, Freehold, etc.) and also offers more services...
Program that uses private drivers and shuttle for nonemergency rides has been long criticized. Lawmakers want more inspections, better records, bigger fines
Tickborne diseases are on the rise and prevention should be on everyone’s mind, particularly during the spring, summer, and early-fall when ticks are most active. From May through July, people will get more tick bites and tickborne diseases than any other time of year in the United States.
The Codey Fund for Mental Health announced they will train non-teaching school employees how to spot the signs a child may be unstable or the target of bullying.
NAMI is pleased to announce the launch of Serving Safely, a national initiative to help police and sheriffs’ departments effectively respond to mental health crises.
The rate of autism among children in New Jersey — now nearly 3 percent — is the highest ever documented nationwide, with nearly 5 percent of 8-year-old boys in the state on the autism spectrum in 2014, according to a report released Thursday by the federal Centers for Disease Control.
Healthy Transitions: Improving Life Trajectories for Youth and Young Adults with Serious Mental Disorders Program
The purpose of this program is to improve access to treatment and support services for youth and young adults, ages 16-25, who have a serious emotional disturbance (SED) or a serious mental illness (SMI), hereafter referred to as serious mental disorders. SAMHSA expects to fund four grantees with up to $1 million per year for up to 5 years.
Numbers are hard to come by in younger children, but among 12-to-17-year-olds, almost 13% have had a major depressive episode. It’s important to be aware of the signs; depression is a treatable illness —