Chief Political Correspondent Michael Aron spoke with Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman about mental health issues facing black youth.
An incident involving a woman who stabbed two police officers is getting praise for the restraint and professionalism the officers exercised. However, the incident may illustrate a call for new ...
A new state law aims to ensure treatment for mental illness and substance abuse are covered in the same way as physical ailments and conditions.
Anthony Colandro is aware suicides at gun ranges are rare, but it happened at his range, Gun for Hire, and that’s why his entire staff was trained on mental health first aid.
At a conference in Newark, health care workers, policy makers and state leaders are gathering. Proposing prevention strategies and improvements to obstetric care.
Camden is one of 13 jurisdictions in the nation chosen to share a $148 million MacArthur Safety and Justice Challenge grant.
New Jersey’s overall youth suicide rate is about half the national average, but it shows a disturbing trend. While rates for older youths aged 19 to 24 declined from 2012 to 2015, the rate rose for ...
Under a law recently signed by Gov. Murphy, instead of weighing the best option to fulfill their duty to warn, mental health professionals are required to report clients who they deem may harm ...
The program provides for residents of Rowan’s School of Osteopathic Medicine to rotate through VA clinics.
The Animal Legal Defense Fund estimates some 250,000 animals, mostly cats and dogs, are victims of hoarding every year.
Dick Codey and the mothers of teens who killed themselves advocate for ways to reduce the suicide rate among the state's youth.
A joint session of the Assembly and Senate Education Committees heard testimony about the importance of public safety.
Schepisi hosted a Bergen County community forum on gun violence in schools. The panel brought together residents, local police, school administrators, and teachers to tackle the complex issue.
The course brings together law enforcement officers and mental health professionals over a five day, 40 hour period to learn from each other through various exercises.
The holidays affect physical and mental health. Here is a look at some things to look out for.